[time-nuts] IRIG B
hmurray at megapathdsl.net
Tue May 25 19:21:19 UTC 2010
> Audio codecs (especially monophonic ones) are pretty cheap these days.
> Depending on volume they can get to the sub $1 range. Even in small quantity
> they are below $4. That makes them a pretty tempting "front end" for a send /
> receive box.
I got an interesting education in silicon economics 5-8 years ago.
We were looking for a low cost audio A/D. A guy from TI suggested using a
codec and ignoring the other half. (The idea of throwing away half of a chip
had never occurred to me.)
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