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A high performance CMOS A/D converter for a digital camcorder system

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3 Author(s)
Geunsoon Kang ; Media Team, Samsung Electron. Co. Ltd., South Korea ; Myungjun Choe ; Minkyu Song

In a digital camcorder system, an A/D converter which converts the analog CCD (charge coupled device) signal into digital codes has an important role in determining the system performance. An A/D converter which has an 8-bit resolution and a 40 MSPS conversion speed is proposed. It has a ping-pong architecture. With 0.8 μm double poly and double metal CMOS technology, the experimental prototype of the proposed A/D converter has a ±0.5 LSB integral nonlinearity error (INL) and ±0.5 LSB differential nonlinearity error (DNL)

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Consumer Electronics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:42 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

Aug 1996

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