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ADC Basics (Part 1): Does your ADC work in the real world?

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yalanand
yalanand
10/31/2013 4:27:31 PM
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Re : ADC Basics (Part 1): Does your ADC work in the real world?
Delta-sigma converters are capable of producing output bit ranges from 16 to 24, which in and of itself is impressive.


I think one of the major disadvantages of Delta-Sigma ADC is that the bandwidth is very small compared to Pipelined ADC hence more used in audio related applications.

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