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  1. wally

    wally Guest

    hi guys,

    I'm looking for a book dedicated to different types of DAC/ADC
    architectures,for IC implementations. Any suggestions?

  2. There are numberous application notes from the manufacturers
    available at their respective sites.
    Try Analog Devices, Linear Technology, Maxim, National Semicondutors,
    Texas Instruments, to name just a few.

  3. wally

    wally Guest

    thanks. But I want to know how to design them as blocks for use in an
    IC. I doubt if AD, NS or others will publish this somehow.. ;-) I can
    access reams of IEEE papers on the topic, but I would like a book if one
  4. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Head on over to Barnes and Noble ( and search for "Data Converter
    Design," "CMOS Analog Digital Converter," and similar.

    Here are a few matches:

    "CMOS Integrated Analog-to-Digital and Digital-to-Analog" Rudy J. Van De

    "Modular Low-Power, High-Speed CMOS Analog-to-Digital Converter for
    Embedded Systems" Keh-La Lin, Bedrich J. Hosticka

    "CMOS Data Converters for Communications" Mikael Gustavsson, J. Jacob

    "Top-Down Design of High-Performance SIGMA-Delta Modulators" Fernando
    Medeiro, Angel Rodriguez-Vazquez

    "Analog-to-Digital and Digital-to-Analog Conversion Techniques" David F.

    "High-Speed Analog-to-Digital Conversion" Michael J. Demler

    "Continuous-Time Delta-SIGMA Modulators for High-Speed A/D/ Conversion:
    Theory, Practice, and Fundamental Performance Limits" James A. Cherry, W.
    Martin Snelgrove

    "Continuous-Time SIGMA-Delta Modulation for A/D Conversion in Radio
    Receivers" Lucien Breems, Johan H. Huijsing

    "Analog Circuit Design: Scalable Analog Circuit Design, High Speed D/A
    Converters, RF Power AMplifiers" Johan Huijsing, Johan H. Huijsing
    (Editor), van Roermund Arthur H. M (Editor)
  5. There is a book written by Prof. Dr. R.J. van de Plassche. Probably
    published around 1991.

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