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The Effect of Initial Conditions on the Limit Cycle Performance of a Second Order Sampled Data Sigma Delta Modulation

The Effect of Initial Conditions on the Limit Cycle Performance of a Second Order Sampled Data Sigma Delta Modulation
The Effect of Initial Conditions on the Limit Cycle Performance of a Second Order Sampled Data Sigma Delta Modulation
Sensitivity studies on the effects of initial conditions on the limit cycle of a second order sampled data sigma delta modulator are presented. It was found that a sequence of modes exists whose time ratios conform to a simple hyperbolic pattern.
0013-5194
817-819
Bridgett, N.A.
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Bridgett, N.A.
25b96061-a19f-46cf-bef4-b63b56fb5fe1

Bridgett, N.A. (1990) The Effect of Initial Conditions on the Limit Cycle Performance of a Second Order Sampled Data Sigma Delta Modulation. Electronics Letters, 26 (12), 817-819. (doi:10.1049/el:19900534).

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Abstract

Sensitivity studies on the effects of initial conditions on the limit cycle of a second order sampled data sigma delta modulator are presented. It was found that a sequence of modes exists whose time ratios conform to a simple hyperbolic pattern.

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Published date: June 1990
Organisations: Electronics & Computer Science

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Local EPrints ID: 250185
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/250185
ISSN: 0013-5194
PURE UUID: b9752ab4-13e1-4650-824c-f47917e70374

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Date deposited: 04 May 1999
Last modified: 17 Aug 2017 16:35

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