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Noise shaping techniques for analog and time to digital converters using voltage controlled oscillators

  title={Noise shaping techniques for analog and time to digital converters using voltage controlled oscillators},
  author={M. Straayer},
  • M. Straayer
  • Published 2008
  • Computer Science, Engineering
  • Advanced CMOS processes offer very fast switching speed and high transistor density that can be utilized to implement analog signal processing functions in interesting and unconventional ways, for example by leveraging time as a signal domain. In this context, voltage controlled ring oscillators are circuit elements that are not only very attractive due to their highly digital implementation which takes advantage of scaling, but also due to their ability to amplify or integrate conventional… CONTINUE READING
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