A trigger jitter of only 2 picoseconds maintains low noise, delivering a high effective number of bits (ENOB) over the full frequency range.
What does ENOB stand for?
ENOB stands for Effective Number Of Bits
This definition appears very frequently
See other definitions of ENOB
- Environment Online (online network)
- Essentially Non-Oscillatory
- European Northern Observatory (Canary Islands, Spain)
- Exhaled Nitric Oxide
- Eastern Nebraska Office on Aging
- electronic Notice of Arrival
- European Network of Animation
- Everything North of Atlantic (band)
- European Network of Organic Agriculture Students
- European Network of Organic Agriculture University Teachers
- Enemy Order of Battle
- Equivalent Number of Bits
- EGEE (Enabling Grids for E-Science in Europe) Network Operations Centre (Switzerland)
- Emirates National Oil Company
- Employment Network Opportunity Conferences (jobs)
- Enterprise Network Operations Center
- Euromech Nonlinear Oscillations Conference (mechanical engineering)
- European Network of Ombudspersons for Children (est. 1997)
- Education Network of Christian Homeschoolers
- Employee Not on Duty
Samples in periodicals archive:
Analog stages noise and distortion might have been low enough for a 15 effective number of bits DAC (ENOB) to dominate, but with a 17.
To make life easier for our readers I am converting specification from the data sheet into effective number of bits (ENOBS).