Delta-Sigma Modulators: Modeling, Design and Applications

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Imperial College Press, 2003 - Technology & Engineering - 260 pages
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This important book deals with the modeling and design of higher-order single-stage delta-sigma modulators. It provides an overview of the architectures, the quantizer models, the design techniques and the implementation issues encountered in the study of the delta-sigma modulators. A number of applications are discussed, with emphasis on use in the design of analog-to-digital converters and in frequency synthesis. The book is education- rather than research-oriented, containing numerical examples and unsolved problems. It is aimed at introducing the final-year undergraduate, the graduate student or the electronic engineer to this field. Contents: Analog to Digital Conversion; ou Modulators OCo Architectures; Single-Bit Single-Stage ou Modulators, Modeling and Design; Implementation of ou Modulators; Practical Limitations of ou Modulators; Stabilization and Suppression of Tones for the Higher-Order Single-Stage ou Modulators; Decimation, Interpolation and Converters; Applications. Readership: Final-year undergraduates; graduate students; electrical, electronic and systems engineers."
 

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Contents

1ntroduction
1
Analog to Digital Conversion
12
AI Modulators Architectures
41
SingleBit SingleStage AI Modulators Modeling and Design
77
1mplementation of AI Modulators
100
Practical Limitations of AI Modulators
139
Stabilization and Suppression of Tones for HigherOrder
167
Decimation 1nterpolation and Converters
196
Applications
214
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