Binary Conversion Komputor
Model of 1989
Drezno and Lipsk are the first in series of modules which constitute The Leibniz Binary Subsystem, a group of 8-bit signal processing devices offering comprehensive digital signal manipulation, as well as audio signal, control voltage, trigger, and gate generation. Drezno is the input/output front-end of the system, consisting of an analog–to–digital converter (ADC) and a digital–to–analog converter (DAC), that alone can be used for manipulating analog signals and voltages based on their binary representation. For detailed description, please refer to the manual.
- Universal subsystem for creating and processing analog signals in the 8-bit digital domain
- Suitable for CV and audio processing with no aliasing
- Independent ADC & DAC
- Near 2Mhz internal clock with external clock inputs to both converters
- 12hp, skiff friendly
- Current draw: +50mA / -35mA
- Reverse power protection
Lipsk is a binary logic processing expander module that can flip (invert) individual bits of the digital signal representation.
Jena is a flexible waveshaper for CV and audio signals, a wavetable oscillator, a Walsh function generator, or a rhythm generator.