A 1.2 V, 38 microW Second-Order DeltaSigma Modulator with Signal Adaptive Control Architecture
Copyright 2001 IEEE. Reprinted from Proceedings of the IEEE 2nd Dallas CAS Workshop on Low Power/Low Voltage Mixed-Signal Circuits and Systems 2001 (DCAS 2001), pages P23-P26.
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A 1.2 V, 38 μW second-order ΔΣ modulator (ΔΣM) with a Signal Adaptive Control (SAC) architecture is fabricated in a 0.35 μm standard CMOS technology (Vt,n = 0.6V, Vt,p = -0.8V). This modulator achieves 75 dB dynamic range and 63 dB of peak SNDR at 6.8kHz Nyquist rate and an oversample ratio of 64. The proposed architecture effectively reduces the power dissipation while keeping the modulator performance almost unchanged.
Qunying Li, Jan Van der Spiegel, and Kenneth R. Laker. "A 1.2 V, 38 microW Second-Order DeltaSigma Modulator with Signal Adaptive Control Architecture" Departmental Papers (ESE) (2001).
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