Interface - Direct Digital Synthesis (DDS)

Interface – Direct Digital Synthesis (DDS) is a product category that refers to electronic devices or modules that generate analog waveforms from digital data. These devices use digital-to-analog converters (DACs) and various algorithms to produce high-quality, low-noise signals with precise control over frequency, amplitude, and phase. DDS systems are used in various applications such as signal processing, test and measurement equipment, audio synthesis, and radio transmitters. They offer improved performance and flexibility compared to traditional analog circuits and allow for easy reconfiguration and customization through software updates.

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