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This paper outlines the major advantages of digital transducers and describes the principles and features (1) direct digital transducers, (2) indirect digital transducers, (3) quasi-digital transducers, and (4) A to D transducers.
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Schuler, Albert E. and United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration, “"Digital Transducers.",” UAH Archives, Special Collections, and Digital Initiatives, accessed September 22, 2023, http://libarchstor2.uah.edu/digitalcollections/items/show/11022.