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Sample and hold circuit is the important part of data converters (ADC and DAC). Sample and hold circuit is also called as track-and-hold circuit. Sample and hold circuit is use for sampling of analogue signals and storing its value for some time. Sample and hold circuit basically uses an analogue switch (like JFET) and capacitor.

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