D/A converter, multiplying

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    n. A peripheral device that converts a digital word to an analog voltage using a reference voltage to scale the result. Many D/A converters use a precisely regulated reference voltage as the basis for the analog out. In some, the reference is required to be more or less a certain value. Others take virtually any value, which results in a transfer function like output = input × reference hence, “multiplying.”

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