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Why Sigma-Delta modulator?

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by boki, Sep 20, 2003.

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  1. boki

    boki Guest

    Hi, All:

    Why Sigma-Delta modulator?

    Thanks!

    Boki.
     
  2. Because Greek came from Indo-European.
     
  3. Genome

    Genome Guest

    Sum of Change.

    Capital letters, Sum is Sigma.... Change is Difference and therefore Delta.
    It's a Greek language thing.

    If you want to **** Glenda Jacksons arse, otherwise known as 'Having a
    Glenda', although not specifically restricted to said woman, then you have
    to conform to certain standards of behaviour. You will not be having a
    Glenda, even if you do conform.

    Of course, you can re-write things according to your own language... as long
    as it still makes sense. This might improve your chances of 'Having a
    Glenda' within your own community, but you won't be having one with Glenda.

    Personally speaking I have never had a Glenda with Glenda or with anyone
    else. I used to think I might enjoy one but she's got a seriously whacked
    out head.

    DNA
     
  4. Active8

    Active8 Guest

    the difference is sent and the receive mode is to sum those bits
    representing the difference info.

    the difference is summed in the modulator and compared to the input
    signal. the comparator output represents the sign of the diff.

    at least that the case for the CVSD chip. Continuously Variable Slope
    Delta.
    no. does she bleach? ;-)

    mike
     
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