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With the advent of powerful digital signal processing in portable electronic applications, we have seen a growing, unsatisfied demand for power efficient, high-speed and high-resolution analog-to-digital converters (ADCs). While technology scaling has led to revolutionary gains in digital computing power and energy efficiency, progress in analog-to-digital conversion interfaces has been comparatively slow. Digitally Assisted Pipeline ADCs: Theory and Implementation explores the opportunity to reduce ADC power dissipation by leveraging digital signal processing capabilities in fine line integrated circuit technology. The described digitally assisted pipelined ADC uses a statistics-based system identification technique as an enabling element to replace precision residue amplifiers with simple open-loop gain stages.
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