Embedded system developers continue to benefit from increased silicon integration, enabling a plethora of configuration options that enhance data acquisition systems. MCU peripherals such as the ADC can be easily configured to serve a wide range of embedded applications that formerly required custom ASICs. Mixed-signal MCU peripherals increasingly operate more autonomously, allowing program code to perform other tasks until a peripheral interrupt is issued. Learn how you can get more from your mixed-signal 8-bit and 32-bit MCUs by leveraging the optimal configuration for integrated ADCs.