Analog-to-Digital Conversion is Key for Deep Space Exploration with the James Webb Space Telescope

Reflect back to your last design project.

Did it have leading-edge requirements that seemed impossible at the time to fulfill?

Now think about a design that needs to live in the harsh environment of space. A device that has to sip power and function flawlessly for over a decade because there is no opportunity to service it if anything goes wrong.

Imagine these were the set of requirements you would face if your company was selected to design a key piece of the James Webb Space Telescope: an analog-to-digital converter (ADC) for an image system.

How would you take on this daunting task?

Read this case study to find out how it was done with the James Webb Space Telescope.

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