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A 12bit 300MHz Current-Steering CMOS D/A Converter
Ni Weining; Geng Xueyang; Shi Yin
2005
Source Publication半导体学报
Volume26Issue:6Pages:1129-1134
AbstractThe proposed DAC consists of a unit current-cell matrix for 8MSBs and a binary-weighted array for 4LSBs, trading-off between the precision, speed, and size of the chip. In order to ensure the linearity of the DAC, a double Centro symmetric current matrix is designed by the Q2 random walk strategy. To achieve better dynamic performance, a latch is added in front of the current switch to change the input signal, such as its optimal cross-point and voltage level. For a 12bit resolution,the converter reaches an update rate of 300MHz.
metadata_83institute of semiconductors, chinese academy of sciences
Subject Area微电子学
Funding Organization国家高技术研究发展计划资助项目
Indexed ByCSCD
Language英语
CSCD IDCSCD:2091724
Date Available2010-11-23
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.semi.ac.cn/handle/172111/16967
Collection中国科学院半导体研究所(2009年前)
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Ni Weining,Geng Xueyang,Shi Yin. A 12bit 300MHz Current-Steering CMOS D/A Converter[J]. 半导体学报,2005,26(6):1129-1134.
APA Ni Weining,Geng Xueyang,&Shi Yin.(2005).A 12bit 300MHz Current-Steering CMOS D/A Converter.半导体学报,26(6),1129-1134.
MLA Ni Weining,et al."A 12bit 300MHz Current-Steering CMOS D/A Converter".半导体学报 26.6(2005):1129-1134.
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