A 14b , 100-MS / s CMOS DAC Designed for Spectral Performance

  title={A 14b , 100-MS / s CMOS DAC Designed for Spectral Performance},
  author={Alex R. Bugeja and Bang-Sup Song and P. Rakers and S. Gillig},
A 14-bit, 100-MS/s CMOS digital-to-analog converter (DAC) designed for spectral performance corresponding more closely to the 14-bit specification than current implementations is presented. This DAC utilizes a nonlinearity-reducing output stage to achieve low output harmonic distortion. The output stage implements a return-to-zero (RZ) action, which tracks the DAC once it has settled and then returns to zero. This RZ circuit is designed so that the resulting RZ waveform exhibits high dynamic… CONTINUE READING
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