Depends on what data you are talking about. Usually data rate is expressed in either bits/sec or bytes/sec, not in samples/second.Dear Team,
May I know the difference between ADC sampling rate and data rate .
If the sampling rate is 125Ksps,can I say data rate is also 125Ksps
Yes you can.Dear Team,
May I know the difference between ADC sampling rate and data rate .
If the sampling rate is 125Ksps,can I say data rate is also 125Ksps
It depends on the the type of ADC. For a delta-sigma ADC you have the sample-rate (that might be in the MHz), the Decimation 'rate/ratio' and a data rate for the converted digital bits.Thank you.
That explanation is very clear.
Although most converters have only one sample rate, delta-sigma converters have two: the input sampling rate and the output-data rate. The ratio of these two meaningful variables defines the system’s decimation ratio. A strong relationship exists between the decimation ratio and the converter’s effective resolution.
Your right @nsaspookIt depends on the the type of ADC. For a delta-sigma ADC you have the sample-rate (that might be in the MHz), the Decimation 'rate/ratio' and a data rate for the converted digital bits.
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https://www.rpi.edu/dept/ecse/rta/LMS/Delta-Sigma_ADCs.pdf