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Analog Interfaces for Digital Signal Processing Systems : The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science - Frank Op't Eynde

Analog Interfaces for Digital Signal Processing Systems

The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science

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It is a great honor to provide an introduction for Dr. Frank Op 't Eynde's and Dr. Willy Sansen's book "Analog Interfaces for Digital Signal Processing Systems". The field of analog integrated circuit design is undergoing rapid evolution. The pervasiveness of digital processing has considerably modified the micro-system architectures: the analog part of complex mixed systems is more and more pushed at the boundary limits of the processing chain. Moreover, the increased performance of digital circuits, in terms of accuracy and speed, are making the specification requirements of analog circuits very strict. In addition to this, the technology, supply voltage and power consumption of analog circuits must be compatible with those, typical for digital circuits. Therefore, in a few words, analog circuits are becoming complex and specialised interfaces between the real world and digital signal processing domains. This technological evolution should be accompanied by an equivalently fast evolution in designer competencies. Knowledge of complicated signal handling should be quickly replaced by know-how of simple but very accurate and very fast signal processing and a solid background in data conversion techniques. All of this through the use of the CMOS (and possibly BiCMOS) technology.

Forewordp. 1
Prefacep. 3
The Power Consumption of CMOS Wideband Amplifiersp. 7
Introduction: Why CMOS HF Amplifiers?p. 7
The HF Characteristics of a MOSFETp. 8
Power Minimisation of Wideband OTAsp. 19
Practical Realisations and Experimental Results of the Two HF Amplifiersp. 27
Low-Distortion CMOS Amplifier Designp. 39
Basic Definitions, Techniques and Expressionsp. 40
The Relationship Between the CMRR and the Harmonic Distortion of a Differential Input Amplifierp. 49
The Second Harmonic Distortion of a Class A Amplifier With Limited Power Supply Rejection Ratiop. 55
Distortion Due to Thermal Feedbackp. 58
A Design Example: A CMOS Low-Distortion Class AB Power Amplifierp. 62
Appendix 2.A: Some Remarks About the Volterra Seriesp. 81
Oversampled A-To-D and D-To-A Convertersp. 85
Analog signals versus digital signalsp. 86
The Principle of Oversampled Data Convertersp. 97
The Quantisation Noise of Sigma-Delta Modulatorsp. 117
A Comparison of Sigma-Delta Modulation With Other Data Converter Types: When to Use What?p. 126
Signal Processing Operations in the PDM Domainp. 131
Simulating Sigma-Delta Modulatorsp. 137
Testing A/D and D/A Convertersp. 141
Higher-Order Sigma-Delta A-To-D Convertersp. 151
The Stability of Sigma-Delta Modulators With an Order Larger Than Twop. 152
Practical Design Considerations for Sigma-Delta ADCsp. 172
A Practical Realisation of a Fourth-Order ADCp. 186
Alternative Approaches for Higher-Order Sigma-Delta Modulatorsp. 198
Appendix 4.A. Some Distortion Generation Mechanisms in a Sigma-Delta ADCp. 215
The Practical Implementation of Sigma-Delta D-To-A Convertersp. 217
A Voltage Driven DACp. 220
A Current Driven DACp. 233
A Switched-Capacitor DACp. 243
Indexp. 249
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ISBN: 9780792393481
ISBN-10: 0792393481
Series: The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 251
Published: 30th June 1993
Publisher: Springer
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5  x 1.91
Weight (kg): 1.22