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Different between SPS and BPS

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shteo83

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sps to bps

I going to select an ADC, but i confuse with the sample rate, is it measure in SPS(Sample per second) or BPS(Bit per second)? This two unit is it same?
 

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sps vs bps

In ADC what we see is the the sanpling rate of the converter... If our sampling rate is Fs then the sampling time is Ts = 1/Fs. this what the Samples per second. but in digital domain... we will map a sample with some no of bits... for example 8bits per sapmle... So now we talk about the term bits per second. So what i understand is this...
at last we finish with bps only... becuase of that we talk some signal is sampled with so many bits/second....( 8kbps)....
I think this explains your doubt....

cheers...
 

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