Low power 9-bit pipelined A/D and 8-bit self-calibrated D/A converters for a DSP system

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A low power, low voltage current mode 9 bit pipelined a/d converter and 8 bit self-calibrated d/a converter to interface a DSP system are presented in the paper. The a/d converter is built of 1.5 bit stages with digital error correction logic. The d/a converter is composed of 3 LSBs fine and 5 MSBs coarse current mode converters. The a/d and d/a converters were designed in 0.35 μm technology, then fabricated to verify the proposed concept. The performances of both converters are compared to the performances of known converter structures. The main advantages of the proposed converters are low power consumption and small chip area.

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