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A full nyquist 15MS/s 8-bit differential switched current A/D converter

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This paper describes the architecture and circuit design of an experimental 8-b differential 15 MS/s CMOS A/D converter, implemented using the switched-current (SI) technique. Particular emphasis has been given to maintaining analog bandwidth and hence the effective number of bits right across the input Nyquist band. Individual cells have also been optimized for inherent accuracy to achieve good performance in a simple uncorrected conversion algorithm. The converter is fabricated in a standard 0.8 um 5 V digital CMOS process and occupies 2.4 mm2.

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Bracey, M, Redman-White, W, Richardson, J and Hughes, J B (1996) A full nyquist 15MS/s 8-bit differential switched current A/D converter At Solid-State Circuits, France. 19 - 21 Sep 1995. , pp. 945-951.

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Published date: July 1996
Additional Information: Event Dates: 19th - 21st September 1995 Organisation: Proc European Solid State Circuits Conference, Lille, France
Venue - Dates: Solid-State Circuits, France, 1995-09-19 - 1995-09-21
Organisations: Nanoelectronics and Nanotechnology

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Local EPrints ID: 253005
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/253005
PURE UUID: 07c8fb22-653c-4bdd-bbb0-094fab759c43

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Date deposited: 10 Sep 2004
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 10:00

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Author: M Bracey
Author: W Redman-White
Author: J Richardson
Author: J B Hughes

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