Definition of A/D in English:

A/D

Electronics
  • Analogue to digital:

    ‘an A/D converter’
    • ‘The accuracy of this circuit rivals many digital voltmeters within the range I tested it (6 volts to 18 volts), about the same as a 10 bit A/D converter.’
    • ‘An A/D converter may be housed on a PC board with associated circuitry or in a variety of remote or networked configurations.’
    • ‘The objective of an A/D converter is to determine the output digital word corresponding to an analog input signal.’
    • ‘The A/D converter can be interfaced to transducers that convert different forms of energy into an electrical signal.’
    • ‘The A/D converter's serial port is synchronous; thus, its handshaking requirements are minimal and it only requires one wire for clock and one or two wires for data.’

Pronunciation:

A/D

/ˌeitəˈdiː/