This important book deals with the modeling and design of higher-order single-stage delta-sigma modulators. It provides an overview of the architectures, the quantizer models, the design techniques and the implementation issues encountered in the study of the delta-sigma modulators. A number of applications are discussed, with emphasis on use in the design of analog-to-digital converters and in frequency synthesis. The book is education- rather than research-oriented, containing numerical examples and unsolved problems. It is aimed at introducing the final-year undergraduate, the graduate student or the electronic engineer to this field. Contents: Analog to Digital Conversion; ou Modulators OCo Architectures; Single-Bit Single-Stage ou Modulators, Modeling and Design; Implementation of ou Modulators; Practical Limitations of ou Modulators; Stabilization and Suppression of Tones for the Higher-Order Single-Stage ou Modulators; Decimation, Interpolation and Converters; Applications. Readership: Final-year undergraduates; graduate students; electrical, electronic and systems engineers.qModeling, Design and Applications George I. Bourdopoulos. Chapter 1. Introduction. 1.1 Modulation - Demodulation 1nformation is transferred from its source to the receiver through a channel. ... Modulation (AM), Frequency Modulation (FM), Phase Modulation (PM), Pulse-Code Modulation (PCM), Differential PCM (DPCM)anbsp;...

Title | : | Delta-Sigma Modulators |

Author | : | George I. Bourdopoulos |

Publisher | : | Imperial College Press - 2003-01-01 |

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