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A high-precision, low-voltage, low-power Σ∆ modulator has been designed using a delayed input feedforward architecture and a tracking multi-bit quantizer employing a single comparator. A 0.18-µm CMOS experimental prototype achieves 100 dB of dynamic range, 100-dB peak SNR and 95-dB peak SNDR for a signal bandwidth of 25 kHz, while consuming only 870 µW of(More)
A novel method of noise reduction, referred to as zero-pole modulation and demodulation, is proposed for charge amplifiers in imaging and sensor systems. In this method, the input signal is passed through a zero-pole system without being modified. However, the noise at the output of the charge amplifier is reduced by the demodulation. An experimental charge(More)
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