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This tutorial has addressed the structure and basics of TIADCs, including errors, implementation concerns and possible solutions. While the past few years have shown a sharp increase in patents and industry participation, academic research around the world is still ongoing to improve performance while reducing computational complexity, particularly in the area of nonlinear mismatch correction and scalable correction schemes to handle massively interleaved structures. Reduction in this complexity is critical to reduce the cost of digital logic in post conversion correction structures as well as the power consumption of the overall TIADC system through the use of smaller, simpler post conversion components. TIADCs are currently used in the field for test and measurement as well as communications and other applications.