Simulation & performance analysis of various R2R D/A converter using various topologies

@inproceedings{Whig2018SimulationP,
  title={Simulation \& performance analysis of various R2R D/A converter using various topologies},
  author={P. Whig and Syed Naseem Ahmad and A. Priyam},
  booktitle={ICRA 2018},
  year={2018}
}
Most of the modern wireless communication systems require a wireless frequency (RF) subsystem.1 The design of RF system consists of various components ranging from connecting modules to power supply, antenna, baseband layer, and other interfaces, constitute a radio system.2–4 The main front end radio transmitter module consists of digital signal processor which processes the input digital signal to analog output signal and visa versa. In other words, a discrete-amplitude; discrete-time digital… Expand

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