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Because anti-noise filtering in the auto-correcting interpolator is performed by extreme oversampling and digital averaging, the analog filtering on the front end is a lot lighter. This means that the input bandwidth is a lot higher - high enough that we do not have a sinusoidal encoder that can exceed its capabilities.
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Because anti-noise filtering in the auto-correcting interpolator is performed by extreme oversampling and digital averaging, the analog filtering on the front end is a lot lighter. This means that the input bandwidth is a lot higher - high enough that we do not have a sinusoidal encoder that can exceed its capabilities.
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It's very simple to set up, so yes, basically plug and play.

 

Just follow the recommended Encoder Conversion Table entry in the manual and set up Gate3.AdcEncCtrl for normal use (Gate3.AdcEncCtrl = $80000000), which is basically auto-correction with zero header bits (required), no unsigned-to-signed conversion (required), and no strobe/latch delay (acceptable for

most applications).

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It's very simple to set up, so yes, basically plug and play.

 

Just follow the recommended Encoder Conversion Table entry in the manual and set up Gate3.AdcEncCtrl for normal use (Gate3.AdcEncCtrl = $80000000), which is basically auto-correction with zero header bits (required), no unsigned-to-signed conversion (required), and no strobe/latch delay (acceptable for

most applications).

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