Answer & Explanation
B) By using a S/H circuit
The usual way to remedy this problem is to use an S/H circuit designed to serve as a “deglitcher”. Hence the basic task of the S/H is to hold the output of the D/A converter constant at the previous output value until the new sample at the output of the D/A reaches steady state, and then it samples and holds the new value in the next sampling interval. Thus the S/H approximates the analog signal by a series of rectangular pulses whose height is equal to the corresponding value of the signal pulse.