A DAC, or a digital to analog converter is an IP core dedicated to converting a digital signal that it receives as input into an analog signal which it transmits as the output. It serves the opposite function as compared to an ADC or an analog to digital converter.


DAC IP is used to interface between the digital world to the analog world. For example: in music players and relevant devices where it converts digital information into audio signals which we allow us to hear music. They are also used in order to convert digital data for video material into analog signals so that the images and videos can be displayed on a screen. DAC IPs are also used in communication systems.


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