Two Class-D audio amplifiers with 89/90% efficiency and 0.02/0.03% THD+N consuming less than 1mW of quiescent power

@article{Gonzlez2009TwoCA,
  title={Two Class-D audio amplifiers with 89/90% efficiency and 0.02/0.03% THD+N consuming less than 1mW of quiescent power},
  author={Miguel Angel Rojas Gonz{\'a}lez and Edgar S{\'a}nchez-Sinencio},
  journal={2009 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference - Digest of Technical Papers},
  year={2009},
  pages={450-451,451a}
}
The high efficiency of Class-D amplifiers (CDAs) makes them highly attractive candidates for audio drivers in systems with extremely low-power requirements. However, to achieve low distortion, the audio modulator is usually complex and power hungry. 

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