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ADC stands for “Analog to Digital Conversion” is an electronic computer execution in which analog signal is converted into digital signals to make understand for the computer machine. The conversion involves quantization of the input, so it necessarily introduces a small amount of error.
 

Furthermore, instead of continuously performing the conversion, an ADC does the conversion periodically, sampling the input. The result is a sequence of digital values that have been converted from a continuous-time and continuous-amplitude analog signal to a discrete-time and discrete-amplitude digital signal.
 

As the main language of computer is binary numbers (0, 1). So it is easy for the computer to execute the program in that language.
It includes voltages which change among the theoretically unlimited number of values.

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