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Why in RC integrator circuits , Caps are connected sometimes to supply voltage instead of ground ?
Thanks. One issue is that the output of the integrator is vdd or 0, since there is no dc feedback to control it, which gives a wrong simulation data.
Hi, The signal and noise transfer function of a continuous time first-order delta sigma modulator using an simple active RC integrator both have a pole at 1/RC. The transfer functions are attached.115966 I was wondering, ideally, why can't we make RC very small, so the quantization noise is lower in the band of interest?
caps are used to act a a temporary or transient current shunt to noise voltage, the current is an integrator of voltage, also a DC block or RF coupler or an impedance vs f filter for bandwidth control. There are millions of caps, with dozens of attributes, that define them uniquely. pick 1 and ask for details with example schematic if that he
Hi everyone, Can someone suggest some papers or books or insight into the calculations for integrated vs. non-integrator noise components of a CTIA? I can't seem to find much of anything online... Thanks in advance!
103527Hi All, I am studying the working of Delta Sigma(DS) and Incremental Delta Sigma ADCs. I am trying to implement those in Simulink. For DS I am getting proper output with noise shaping and good SNR. But when I am using the same structure for IDS with the reset connected to integrator, I am getting third and fifth harmonics
Hi all, I'm working on an optical sensor and am looking to increase my SNR. I've constructed a circuit to cancel out LED emitter noise with feedback control. PDref monitors just the emitter, while PDsig carries the sensor signal + emitter noise. Feedback consists of integrator -> JFET VCR -> current divider. Please see attached circuit. LT (...)
Hi, guy, I need to design a large off-chip capacitor as the feedback capacitor of a on-chip current integrator for a large input current (over 10uA). However, I also need to use the same integrator to detection low level current (1pA). I know the input node Iin is very sensitive to noise. However, pad connection to (...)
Hi, I am doing a 3rd-order 2-bit CIFF DSM, I used Scherier's delta-sigma ToolBox to do the system design, ideally i can get 130dB SQNR with OSR=128. but i found the b1 and c1 coefficients are small so that the capacitors for the 1st stage integrator are very large when doing thermal noise budgeting. for this reason i increased the OSR to 256, this
Hello all, I am trying to make CIC filter using VHDL and will implement it on FPGA. I could design a CIC filter with the output from comb part does not overflow, but it DOES overflow in integrator part. From some documents and my result, I know the overflow of integrator does not influence the final output. However, when it comes to designi
As said, low-pass transfer function is different from integrator, thus you get different noise shaping. You may want to calculate it using the Schreyer's popular Matlab toolbox or a different method of your choice. First order SD noise shaping isn't mind blowing in any case, also the transfer function is at least similar to an (...)
Hi Jack, A sigma delta modulator consists of one feedback loop around an integrator and a quantizer. This integrator (since you have 1/S therefore continuous) producing a low pass filtering of the input signal and a high pass filtering of the quantization noise which is injected at the quantizer, hense noise shaping the (...)
Hi All, I am working on a noise dosimeter design. The hard part is that I can only use analog circuit... I got stuck in the time integrator part. My circuit went through amplifier, A-weighting filter, RMS, exponet, and threshold all using analog. So, I can take out all the signal below 90db. Now I don't know how to build (a noise (...)
Hi Everyone. I am implementing a Kalman filter for an accelerometer. As you know,the accelerometer can be modeled as a Random Walk process and the output of a random walk process is assumed to be coming out of an integrator driven by white noise. This is described in "Random signals and applied kalman filtering, Brown,Hwang" chapter 2&5. The book
Hi dinosaur ! And integrator can be used in many applications . for example converting an square wave to a triangle wave ( in SMPS or class D amplifiers or .... etc ) or perhaps as a funny wave shaper ! ( if you give a triangular wave to the input of an integrator you'll get something like a sine wave , but it is not pure ! ) and a differentiator
WHy do you have positive feedback? and why do you want a lossy integrator? How do you dump the charge to initialize your integrator? Look forward to seeing a well thought written Functional Requirement of your circuit before you re-design it.
I found a good article in 'analog dialog' from 1967 discussing the various errors and design issues with a Operational Amplifier integrator circuit. But what about the Digital integrator. What would be the errors involved with a Forward Euler vs. Runge-Kutta etc.. ---------- Post added at 10:22 ---------- Previous post
designing a Sigma delta 2nd order...CIFF architecture.... in literatures they hav suggested to use more linear and low noise first integrator for better they said first integrator is a power hungry one... bt where the difference in design of low noise cum low power OTA and other OTAs lies... both (...)
HI ALL i hesitated if this issue belong to this section but i will be very happy if some one of u will help me i need to create sigma delta modulator for some application. there is any section in the modulator that named noise shaping - it means that after oversampling signal we make integrator loops to the quantization noise and move (...)
Sinusoidal is ideal for this application. In this case, a simple solution consists in an oscillator based on two integrating devices (double-intergrator oscillator, DIO). Here, you have two outputs at the same time - with a phase difference of 90 deg. In principle, you have several options: One inverting (Miller-) inte