• A/D conversion will convert a continuous value to an integer value.
• D/A conversion is easier and faster and will convert a digital value to an analog value.
• Resolution limits the accuracy of A/D and D/A converters.
• Sampling too slowly will alias the real signal.
• Analog inputs are sensitive to noise.
• Analog shielding should be used to improve the quality of electrical signals.
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