An analog to digital converter is a mixed signal circuit implementation that converts an analog signal voltage level into a digital representation for use by a digital algorithm.

Triad has extensive experience designing ADCs and an expansive A/D IP library. Triad ADCs support sample rates from DC to several hundred MSPS, support resolutions up to 24 bits and come in a variety of implementation architectures optimized for different applications. ADC architectures include: Sigma Delta, Pipelined, Flash, Sample IF (SIF ADC), and combination architectures.