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An Overview of Sigma-Delta

@inproceedings{Sorensen2004AnOO,
  title={An Overview of Sigma-Delta},
  author={Henrik V. Sorensen},
  year={2004}
}
A lthough real world signals are analog, it is often desirable to convert them into the digital domain .using an analog to digital converter (ADC). Motivating designers to apply this conversion is the efficient transmission and storage of digital signals. Digital representation of an audio signal, for example, allows CD players to achieve virtually error free storage using optical disks [l]. Intricate processing of the signal may also necessitate analog to digital (AD) conversion, since such… 

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