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This paper presents a novel delta-sigma modulator that uses a switched-capacitor (SC) integrator with the structure of a finite impulse response (FIR) filter in a loop filter configuration. The delta-sigma analog-to-digital converter (ΔΣADC) is used in various conversion systems to enable low-power, high-accuracy conversion using oversampling and noise shaping. Increasing the gain coefficient of the integrator in the loop filter configuration of the ΔΣADC suppresses the quantization noise that occurs in the signal band. However, there is a trade-off relationship between the integrator gain coefficient and system stability. The SC integrator, which contains an FIR filter, can suppress quantization noise in the signal band without requiring an additional operational amplifier. Additionally, it can realize a higher signal-to-quantization noise ratio. In addition, the poles that are added by the FIR filter structure can improve the system's stability. It is also possible to improve the flexibility of the pole placement in the system. Therefore, a noise transfer function that does not contain a large gain peak is realized. This results in a stable system operation. This paper presents the essential design aspects of a ΔΣADC with an FIR filter. Two types of simulation results are examined for the proposed first- and second-order, and these results confirm the effectiveness of the proposed architecture.
Satoshi SAIKATSU
Hosei University
Akira YASUDA
Hosei University
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Satoshi SAIKATSU, Akira YASUDA, "Delta-Sigma ADC Based on Switched-Capacitor Integrator with FIR Filter Structure" in IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Fundamentals,
vol. E102-A, no. 3, pp. 498-506, March 2019, doi: 10.1587/transfun.E102.A.498.
Abstract: This paper presents a novel delta-sigma modulator that uses a switched-capacitor (SC) integrator with the structure of a finite impulse response (FIR) filter in a loop filter configuration. The delta-sigma analog-to-digital converter (ΔΣADC) is used in various conversion systems to enable low-power, high-accuracy conversion using oversampling and noise shaping. Increasing the gain coefficient of the integrator in the loop filter configuration of the ΔΣADC suppresses the quantization noise that occurs in the signal band. However, there is a trade-off relationship between the integrator gain coefficient and system stability. The SC integrator, which contains an FIR filter, can suppress quantization noise in the signal band without requiring an additional operational amplifier. Additionally, it can realize a higher signal-to-quantization noise ratio. In addition, the poles that are added by the FIR filter structure can improve the system's stability. It is also possible to improve the flexibility of the pole placement in the system. Therefore, a noise transfer function that does not contain a large gain peak is realized. This results in a stable system operation. This paper presents the essential design aspects of a ΔΣADC with an FIR filter. Two types of simulation results are examined for the proposed first- and second-order, and these results confirm the effectiveness of the proposed architecture.
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