By Taimur Rabuske, Jorge Fernandes
This booklet introduces readers to the opportunity of charge-sharing (CS) successive approximation sign in (SAR) analog-to-digital converters (ADCs), whereas offering wide research of the standards that restrict the functionality of the CS topology. The authors current guidance and priceless concepts for mitigating the restrictions of the structure, whereas concentrating on the implementation less than constrained strength budgets and voltage supplies.
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