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Users Badges Unanswered Ask Question _ Electrical Engineering Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for electronics and electrical engineering professionals, adc offset error correction students, and enthusiasts. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the top How to https://e2e.ti.com/blogs_/b/precisionhub/archive/2014/10/14/adc-accuracy-part-2-total-unadjusted-error-explained calculate total ADC error after adjustment/calibration? up vote 1 down vote favorite 1 I’ve some different ADC channels, extended/standard channels and Precision channels. So far I know should the TUE (total unadjusted error) be calculated like this: \$ TUE = \sqrt{e_{offset}^2 + e_{gain}^2 + e_{DNL}^2 + e_{INL}^2} \$ For the 12bit ADC datasheet, that gives: \$ TUE = \sqrt{(6^2+4^2+1^2+3^2} = 7.87 \$ (If looking at the datasheet it must correspond to the extended channel without http://electronics.stackexchange.com/questions/237227/how-to-calculate-total-adc-error-after-adjustment-calibration current injection) and for the 10bit: \$ TUE = \sqrt{0.5^2+0.6^2+1^2+1.5^2} = 1.96\$ (If looking at the datasheet it must correspond to the precise channel without current injection) This is confusing me, but my guess is however that the stated Offset error, Gain error, INL and DNL corresponds to different channels in each of these datasheets. The 10bit Datasheet (see page 80-87) Now if I’ve thought right above : I do wonder how I can calculate the compensated maximum error after adjustments/calibrations for the Offset error and Gain error? My guess is that I could just simply take away the offset error and gain error for the TUE equation for the 12 bit “extended channel without current injection” and the 10 bit “precise channel without current injection”. But how do I do for the other channels which don’t have the Offset error, Gain error, INL and DNL stated? How do I calculate the maximum error after calibration/adjustment for them? I hope someone can be kind and help me. Best regards adc error calibration share|improve this question edited May 31 at 7:05 asked May 30 at 14:25 Anton Ingemarson 62 1 You should really say which ADC this is, if its datasheet is publicly available. –Marcus Müller May 30 at 15:57 The 10bit ADC datasheet have been added. The other

ADC transition points 2. ADC parameter calculations 2. DAC parameter calculations 4. ATX7006 Articles & Information FAQ overview Online Command Reference Static characterization Dynamic characterization ADC Histogram test DAC frequency http://www.atx7006.com/articles/static_analysis/adc_parameters response Terms ADC & DAC Application notes Application notes overview ADC test setup Reference current DAC Characterization 16 bit ADC Contact Contact 2. Parameter calculations A/D converter As discussed in the previous chapter, the linearity parameter calculations of an A/D converter are based on the transition points (or trip-points) of the device. The following parameters will be discussed: total unadjusted Offset error Full scale error Gain error Integral non linearity error (INL error or INLE) Differential non linearity error (DNL error or DNLE) Total unadjusted error (TUE) ADC Examples To explain the linearity parameters of an A/D converter, the plot below can overlay some example ADCs with an ideal 4 bits ADC. The 1/2 LSB option shows a total unadjusted error ADC where the first transition point starts at a halve LSB in stead of 1 LSB. The plot can show five different kinds of ADC data: 1) ADC 1: an ADC with only an offset error 2) ADC 2: an ADC with only a gain error 3) ADC 3: an ADC with an offset, gain and linearity error, no missing codes 4) ADC 4: an ADC with an offset, gain and linearity error and 1 missing code (code 8) 5) Random ADC data: random errors. Use the button "New ADC data" for a new ADC Loading... (javascript must be enabled) 1/2 LSB ADC 1: offset error ADC 2: gain error ADC 3: offset/gain/inl ADC 4: missing code Random ADC 1 Trip-points 2 End point overlay 3 Best fit overlay 4 End point error 5 Best fit error 6 Differential error 7 Total unadjusted x-axis = voltages x-axis = LSB Click on a point The following ADC data presentations are available: Trip-points: The transfer plot of the ideal ADC and example ADC (blu

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