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Without a series resistor, the dac output would show a strong non-linearity. To reduce the PWM ripple effectively without inacceptable response time, a 2nd or 3rd order butterworth low-pass (using one buffer OP) is preferable. The buffer also allows to reduce the filter capacitor size to < 1 uF and use high quality capacitors.
Let's consider a 1.0V supply current-steering 10-bit dac in 90nm. 1LSB will be approximately as small as 1mV. Now, if the current-steering dac is driving an on-chip resistor, then the voltage across this resistor should change by 1mV when the input code changes by 1LSB. If we consider a PMOS current cell for the (...)
When designing a current-steering dac, your load is usually a 50Ohm load. If you look at slide6 of the attached PPT slide(by Baker), this particular design uses a current mirror load instead of the resistor. Does anybody have more reference on this method? I found the original paper for the ppt slide, but it doesn't give any further details.
The ATXmega family have a built-in 12 bits dac. Otherwise use a resistive ladder or PWM output as posted above.
More common to use an op amp to make a virtual ground, and the feedback resistor sets the scale. The only current steering dac I ever worked on, had this resistor on chip and trimmed like the rest. Using a high value resistor is a way to get a voltage output on the cheap. But if the output voltage deflection is (...)
As Erikl said, if you need to trim an analogue voltage use a dac. Other trim techniques involve reading data into a shift register at powerup, the outputs of the shift register control individual nmos transistors that short out certain options, this could be shorting out sub-resistors that make up the complete resistor in the band gap (...)
The output current would be summed against the output voltage through a feedback resistor, to get a voltage dac output in the end. That makes a "virtual ground" (or common mode voltage) which you would be best off making match what you see in test figures for the linearity / error parameters. On older +/-15V parts this is commonly ground po
The high speed dac is effected in package ,how to sim and design?
Hello guys . Want to ask what is the use of trasmission gate that always on , and put between lsb resistor string for 10 bit dac ? Please refer to attached pic .
I design a kind of dac and I find that due to charge injection of switch to the resistor string , the output of dac have glitch about 10mv-20mv even more .I did not know how to solve this problem,who can help me . thanks
By FSR you pretty much mean resistor changing its value proportionaly to the applied force. So if you have a current source sending current to the sensor you generate a voltage, Then you can measure the voltage with some dac. All you need is a a voltage reference for dac and you are done. Then you have digital value of the voltage and you (...)
Hi I am trying to make a current reference in 90nm CMOS that gives a stable current, approximately 4nA across a wide temperature range. (-55C - 125C) Does anyone here have any experience with current references that operate in this temperature range? From what I have experienced, it is very difficult to get a stable current across this
Hi all I am designing resistor string dac using 0.35um cmos specifiaction is 8bit , 80ks/sec and MAX 10nF load. I have finished designing resistor string and decoder. Finally I am making output buffer(opamp). I have to consider 2 cases load. my question is As I design the opamp for buffer, Will I
is there any matlab mode for resistor-string type dac? How can we simulate the DNL, INL for it?
I found most lcd driver ICs employ the resistor-string type dac. Why not use other types? like capacitor array, current steering. I think resistor-string consumes lots of chip area, so is there any idea to reduce it while still keep 8-bit resolution.
Dear all, Who can tell me how to choose the mismatch value of the res to design the 7bit dac with 128 res in series? I know that a larger size makes a smaller mismatch, but I don't kown what mismatch value can meet my spec. Could you show me some paper about this? Thanks! B.R.
Hi all, I've designed a 10bit 100M current steering dac. The simulation results using ideal voltage supply is good. But when i add simplified bond wire model(2nH inductor + 0.5Ohm resistor) on the VDD and GND. The output is totally wrong and there is a large oscillition. I add a decoupling capacitor between analog vdd and gnd, there is no obvi
Never heard of that. Re. incorrect extraction setup: The fab/foundry is responsible of supplying an accurate extraction rules file; the extraction tools can of course provide the necessary accuracy. Yes, they are responsible, but very often extraction rules, models, PDKs etc. are not accurate enough - that'
Found this obscure schem, I think the dac input is the bias control, not too familiar with Good luck
In the architecture of dac ,analog part usually use a bandgap voltage, and then ,transfer the voltage to current,where use a voltage to current circuit. As for the graph below,it uses a op and a external resistor. SO,i want to ask why it directly use the bandgap current? i think it is more convenient to realise. if these v-i structure has some