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Design and test methodology for an analog-to-digital converter multichip module for experimental all-digital radar receiver operating at 2 gigasamples/s

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6 Author(s)
Thompson, R.L. ; Special Purpose Processor Dev. Group, Mayo Found., Rochester, MN, USA ; Amundsen, E.L.H. ; Schaefer, T.M. ; Riemer, P.J.
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In this paper, we describe the development of an analog-to-digital (A/D) converter subsystem, based on a monolithic A/D converter chip, a demultiplexer chip, and a laminate multichip module, for an experimental all-digital receiver for an airborne radar. The evolution of techniques for recording and analyzing all the data from the assembled multichip module at the full sample rate of the A/D converter, and the ways in which this test data can be used to analyze the performance of A/D converters, are described. The problems which arise in the testing of GHz A/D converters, a number of which are unique to A/D conversion at such high sample rates, are pointed out. Finally, comments on future directions in the test of high performance A/D converters are presented

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Advanced Packaging, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:22 ,  Issue: 4 )

Date of Publication:

Nov 1999

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