A Sub-Picosecond Resolution 0.5–1.5 GHz Digital-to-Phase Converter

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A digital-to-phase converter (DPC) is an essential building block in applications such as source-synchronous interfaces and digital phase modulators. The resolution of DPCs using analog phase interpolators is severely affected by the operating frequency and rise times of the interpolator inputs. In this paper, we present a new DPC architecture that achieves… (More)

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@article{Hanumolu2008ASR, title={A Sub-Picosecond Resolution 0.5–1.5 GHz Digital-to-Phase Converter}, author={P. K. Hanumolu and Volodymyr Kratyuk and Gu-Yeon Wei and Un-ku Moon}, journal={IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits}, year={2008}, volume={43}, pages={414-424} }