Germano Nicollini

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A low-power low-area CMOS algorithmic A/D converter that does not require trimming nor digital calibration is presented. The topology is based on a classical cyclic A/D conversion using a capacitor ratio-independent computation circuitry. All the nonidealities have been carefully analyzed and reduced by proper choices of design and layout solutions. As a(More)
A low-power low-area CMOS algorithmic A/D converter that does not require trimming nor digital calibration is presented. The topology is based on a classical cyclic A/D conversion using a capacitor ratio-independent computation circuitry. All the nonidealities have been carefully analyzed and reduced by proper choices of design and layout solutions. As a(More)