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The Past, Present, and Future of Data Converters and Mixed Signal ICs: A "Universal" Model

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Robertson, D. ; Analog Devices Inc., Wilmington, MA

In both technology and business circles, much attention is paid to the trends in the electronics and semiconductor industry. It is frequently noted that the "world is going digital"-with the implication that analog circuits and data converters will ultimately be relegated to a support role for enormous digital VLSI "masters". This paper considers a number of different models for development from different fields of science, looking for possible insights or implications for the future of mixed signal processing. It then considers a brief history of converter development, and emerging data converter trends, looking for clues to the future of data converters and mixed signal ICs

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VLSI Circuits, 2006. Digest of Technical Papers. 2006 Symposium on

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