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An integrated multichannel approach to PCM

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Presents a multichannel approach to the codec and filter subsystem found at the heart of digital PCM systems. The subsystem consists of a multichannel codec and associated transmit and receive filters, structured to produce a five-chip group handling eight subscriber channels. A 2.048 MHz master clock and a time slot zero (TSO) synchronization pulse are the only external drive requirements other than power supplies. Within the group, timing is generated internally and allows four groups to be cascaded to produce a 32-channel system with only 20 chips. With a target power consumption of only 62.5 mW/channel, the 8-channel group structure offers significant advantages in total power and board area, compared with the single-channel approach.

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IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits  (Volume:14 ,  Issue: 6 )