Publication detail

Methods of current mode analog-to-digital converter design

SKOČDOPOLE, M., VRBA, R.

Original Title

Methods of current mode analog-to-digital converter design

English Title

Methods of current mode analog-to-digital converter design

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

A current-mode technique is used for analog-to-digital converter design as a progressive technology. Low supply voltage, low power consumption, high sampling rate, circuit simplicity and easy integration on chip are main advantages. Main disadvantages are noise, low dynamic range and nonlinearity. These advantages may be exploit and these disadvantages may be suppressed in circuit design. Parameters of the same analog-to-digital converter, which was designed, are discussed in this paper.

English abstract

A current-mode technique is used for analog-to-digital converter design as a progressive technology. Low supply voltage, low power consumption, high sampling rate, circuit simplicity and easy integration on chip are main advantages. Main disadvantages are noise, low dynamic range and nonlinearity. These advantages may be exploit and these disadvantages may be suppressed in circuit design. Parameters of the same analog-to-digital converter, which was designed, are discussed in this paper.

RIV year

2003

Released

01.01.2003

Publisher

WSEAS, Athens, Greece

Location

Athény, Řecko

ISBN

960-8052-90-4

Book

Digest of the procedings of fhe wseas conferences

Edition number

1

Pages from

75

Pages to

77

Pages count

3

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT8234,
  author="Michal {Skočdopole} and Radimír {Vrba}",
  title="Methods of current mode analog-to-digital converter design",
  annote="A current-mode technique is used for analog-to-digital converter design as a progressive technology. Low supply voltage, low power consumption, high sampling rate, circuit simplicity and easy integration on chip are main advantages. Main disadvantages are noise, low dynamic range and nonlinearity. These advantages may be exploit and these disadvantages may be suppressed in circuit design. Parameters of the same analog-to-digital converter, which was designed, are discussed in this paper.",
  address="WSEAS, Athens, Greece",
  booktitle="Digest of the procedings of fhe wseas conferences",
  chapter="8234",
  institution="WSEAS, Athens, Greece",
  year="2003",
  month="january",
  pages="75",
  publisher="WSEAS, Athens, Greece",
  type="conference paper"
}