"High Speed A/D Converters - Understanding Data Converters Through SPICE"
December 31, 2000 | 248 pages | ISBN: 079237276X | File type: PDF | 11,9 mb

High Speed A/D Converters: Understanding Data Converters Through SPICE is intended as a learning tool by providing building blocks that can be stacked on top of each other to build higher order systems. The book provides a guide to understanding the various topologies used in A/D converters by suggesting simple methods for the blocks used in an A/D converter. The converters discussed throughout the book constitute a class of devices called undersampled or Nyquist converters.



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