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Maithil Pachchigar

Let's Compare SAR & Δ-Σ Converters for a Mux'd DAS, Part 1

Maithil Pachchigar
Vishal Prajapati
Vishal Prajapati
12/11/2013 1:26:57 AM
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Being young engineer, I have never used Sigma Delta ADC. I have only used SAR in the discrete form and integrated in the MCUs. I never knew why sigma delta ADCs does not need anti-alising filtering. You have cleared my doubts more than what I had learned in my collage days.

 

Thanks for very nice blog. Keep posting such a good quality blogs. Waiting for your second part.

 

Vishal.

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