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Sample -and -hold circuits in ADCs are designed to : - a) sample and hold the output of the binary counter during the conversion process b) stabilize theAD Cs threshold c) voltage during the conversion process stabilize the input analog d) signal during the conversion process sample and hold the ADC staircase waveform during the conversion process

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