Analog interfaces for digital signal processing systems (Kluwer intl series in engineering and computer science 225/ 2nd printing 1995), Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1993
The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science Series, Vol. 225

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Analog interfaces for digital signal processing systems (Kluwer intl series in engineering and computer science 225/ 2nd printing 1995)
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The ever-increasing complexity and speed of digital circuits has considerably modified the architecture of integrated signal processing systems, resulting in the analog parts of the system being pushed towards the boundaries of the signal processing chain. The specification requirements of these analog interface circuits are becoming very strict, in order to fully benefit from the speed performance and the high dynamic range offered by digital circuits. Analog Interfaces for Digital Signal Processing Systems analyzes the analog interfaces of a digital signal processing chain, and presents techniques to obtain maximum performance for various technologies and applications. The book serves as a general introduction and as a reference work in the fields of low-distortion analog circuits and oversampled data converters. It can also be used as the text for advanced courses covering these topics.
Foreword. Preface. 1. The Power Consumption of CMOS Wideband Amplifiers. 2. Low-Distortion CMOS Amplifier Design. 3. Oversampled A-to-D and D-to-A Converters. 4. Higher-Order Sigma-Delta A-to-D Converters. 5. The Practical Implementation of Sigma-Delta D-to-A Converters. Index.