Reconstruction Methods for Level-Crossing Sampling

@inproceedings{Lai2016ReconstructionMF,
  title={Reconstruction Methods for Level-Crossing Sampling},
  author={Hsin-Yu Lai and Alan V. Oppenheim},
  year={2016}
}
Level-crossing sampling refers to a sampling method that generates a sequence of timing samples when a signal crosses a specified set of levels. Conventional sampling techniques more typically rely on producing a sequence of amplitude samples at a specified set of timings. Level-crossing sampling has been considered as a promising alternative to time sampling when it is difficult to implement high-precision quantizers but where high timing resolution is possible. Although Logans theorem… CONTINUE READING