An Analysis of harmonic distortion and integral nonlinearity in digital to analog converters
A Fourier technique is developed that relates a digital to analog converter's (DAC's) characteristic to its output spectrum and a DAC's integral nonlinearity to its distortion. Therefore, a DAC's spurious free dynamic range, signal to distortion ratio and signal to noise plus distortion ratio can be calculated from its characteristic.
Analog-to-digital converters; Electric distortion; Electric noise; Fourier analysis; Harmonic distortion
Electrical and Computer Engineering | Electrical and Electronics | Engineering | Signal Processing
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Bruce, J. W.,
An Analysis of harmonic distortion and integral nonlinearity in digital to analog converters.
in 42nd Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems