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our project is to design a 14bit 80M pipeline adc.The first stage is 4bit(1 bit redundancy) followed by 8 stages of 1.5bit/stage.the decision level of 1.5bit/stage is ?Vref/4,which can tolerated ?Vref/4(or ?Vref/2) offset.I dont know how people think up this method. and i dont know what are the first stage decision levels either. Could (...)
Hi, there, As is well known, the comparators in the sub-ADCs of a 1.5b/stage pipeline ADC can tolerate offset error as large as Vref/4, but why is it that ? can someone explain in more detail or post some links here, thanks! Added after 16 minutes: and I also want to know which is the FIRST paper
Hi guys, I have a question with regards to the parameters such as comparator offset, gain, capacitor mismatch etc.. in a given stage of pipeline adc. In general how much variation can you expect for the above paramters in terms of percentage with increase or decrease in temperature and ageing for 0.18um technology. Assume that the adc is (...)
Can to reduce offset in input terminal ?
high speed ADC 1. pipeline 2. fold 3. flash 300MHz flash A/D can use "switch comparator" use switch Cap .. and clock will do auto zero (cancel offset ...) comparator use "preamp + latch " for high speed signal you cn find many paper talk about this A/D
Hi, This is regarding the offset error of a pipeline ADC (9 bits) with sign bit. Generally offset shifts the entire output transfer curve, hence doesn't change the shape of it and also the code width. I have few questions: 1). Is there any upper limit for the offset value? If yes, then does it (...)
But there are all ideal componet, such no offset of opamp and comparator, resistor mismatch, is this method simulation results can meet the real performance reqirements?
Hi all In the sample and hold stage of a 1.5 bit pipeline ADC converter, when i get the Vin-Vout characteristic of the stage (the one with the triangles), i have noticed that the whole characteristic is shifted up by 60mV. I suppose that this is the systematic offset error which is not so critical (according to some books ). Am i (...)