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Low-OSR Over-Ranging Hybrid ADC Incorporating Noise-Shaped Two-Step Quantizer

TitleLow-OSR Over-Ranging Hybrid ADC Incorporating Noise-Shaped Two-Step Quantizer
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2011
AuthorsRajaee, O., S. Takeuchi, M. Aniya, K. Hamashita, and U. Moon
JournalIEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits
Volume46
Issue11
Pagination2458 - 2468
Date Published11/2011
ISSN1558-173X
Keywordsdelta-sigma modulation, feedback DAC, loop filter, noise shaping, oversampling converters, pipelined analog-to-digital converter, switched-capacitor circuits
Abstract

A noise-shaped two-step ADC is presented in this paper. This ADC exploits residue feedback and a new capacitor/opamp sharing scheme to achieve high order noise shaping with minimal design complexity. The application of the proposed architecture in low power Delta-Sigma modulators is studied in this paper. A prototype ADC is fabricated in a 0.18 μm CMOS process. With a 1.56 MHz bandwidth (8x OSR), 2.6 mW analog power consumption, and 1.2 V analog supply voltage, the measured dynamic range and SNDR of this prototype IC are 78 dB and 75 dB.

DOI10.1109/JSSC.2011.2164293
Short TitleIEEE J. Solid-State Circuits