The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science
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Place of Publication
New York, NY
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Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
XVIII, 202 p.
Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2006
Table Of Contents
Glossary Abbreviations Preface 1: Digital to Analog conversion concepts 1.1 Functional aspects 1.2 Algorithmic aspects 1.3 Signal processing aspects 1.4 Circuit aspects 1.5 Conclusions 2: Framework for Analysis and Synthesis of DACs 2.1 Overview 2.2 Framework description 3: Current Steering DACs 3.1 Basic circuit 3.2 Implementations and technology impact 4: Dynamic limitations of Current Steering DACs 4.1 State of the art in dynamic linearity 4.2 Dynamic limitations of current steering DACs 4.3 Conclusions 5: Current Steering DAC circuit error analysis 5.1 Amplitude domain errors 5.2 Time domain errors 5.3 Conclusions 6: High-level modeling of Current Steering DACs 6.1 System modeling 6.2 Error properties and classification 6.3 Functional error generation mechanisms 6.4 Conclusions 7: Functional modeling of timing errors 7.1 Non-uniform timing 7.2 Stochastic non-uniform timing analysis 7.3 Deterministic non-uniform timing 7.4 Conclusions 8: Functional analysis of local timing errors 8.1 Local timing error analysis 8.2 High level architectural parameter tradeoffs: segmentation 8.3 Conclusions 9: Circuit analysis of local timing errors 9.1 Circuit analysis with linear models 9.2 Local timing error tradeoffs 9.3 Conclusions 10: Synthesis concepts for CS DACs 10.1 Information management in the CS DAC 10.2 Synthesis Policy 10.3 A-posteriori error correction methods 10.4 Conclusions 11: Design of a 12 bit 500 Msample/s DAC 11.1 Design approach 11.2 Architecture 11.3 Switched-Current cell 11.4 Decoder, data synchronization and conditioning 11.5 Layout 11.6 Experimental results 11.7 Conclusions References A: Output spectrum for timing errors A.1 Power spectrum of y(t) for random timing errors A.2 Spectrum of y(t) for deterministic timing errors B: Literature data
Dr Konstantinos Doris is from Philips Research Laboratories in Eindhoven. His advisor, Prof. Arthur van Roermund, finds his work in the subject of high-speed DA converters an excellent candidate for us to publish. Dr. Leenaerts is seen to be one of the top experts in RF Circuit Design in Europe.