An analog-to-digital converter with Golomb-Rice output codes

@article{LeonSalas2006AnAC,
  title={An analog-to-digital converter with Golomb-Rice output codes},
  author={Walter D. Leon-Salas and Sina Balkir and Khalid Sayood and Michael W. Hoffman},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems II: Express Briefs},
  year={2006},
  volume={53},
  pages={278-282}
}
An analog-to-digital converter with data compression capabilities is described. By sharing circuits between an integrating converter and a Golomb-Rice encoder it is possible to jointly perform the tasks of quantization and coding. The Golomb-Rice codes are generated during the conversion cycle by employing a shift register and a digital multiplexer. The final codeword is read out serially from the shift register. The converter can also work in a noncompressing mode. This design provides a… CONTINUE READING
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