Fundamental limits of jitter insensitivity in discrete and continuous-time sigma delta modulators

@inproceedings{Ortmanns2003FundamentalLO,
  title={Fundamental limits of jitter insensitivity in discrete and continuous-time sigma delta modulators},
  author={Maurits Ortmanns and Friedel Gerfers and Yiannos Manoli},
  booktitle={ISCAS},
  year={2003}
}
This paper examines the influence of different clock jitter forms on the performance of discrete-time and continuoustime sigma-delta modulators, the latter with rectangular and with decaying feedback pulse form. It could he shown that the so called accumulative clock jitter from a VCO is the fundamental, performance limiting factor for all architectures, which can not be circumvented, limiting the maximum achievable signal-noise ratio. 
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