|Abstract: ||The various technologies presented herein relate to generating copies of
an incoming signal, wherein each copy of the signal can undergo different
processing to facilitate control of bandwidth demands during
communication of one or more signals relating to the incoming signal. A
signal sharing component can be utilized to share copies of the incoming
signal between a plurality of circuits/components which can include a
first A/D converter, a second A/D converter, and a comparator component.
The first A/D converter can operate at a low sampling rate and
accordingly generates, and continuously transmits, a signal having a low
bandwidth requirement. The second A/D converter can operate at a high
sampling rate and hence generates a signal having a high bandwidth
requirement. Transmission of a signal from the second A/D converter can
be controlled by a signaling event (e.g., a signal pulse) being
determined to have occurred by the comparator component.