A 2-MS/s, 11.22 ENOB, extended input range SAR ADC with improved DNL and offset calculation
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Afridi, Sohaib Saadat
de la Rosa José
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
A 12-bit successive approximation register analog-to-digital converter (ADC) with extended input range is presented. Employing an input sampling scaling technique, the presented ADC can digitize the signals with an input range of 3.2 V pp-d (±1.33 V REF ). The circuit also includes a comparator offset compensation technique that results in a residual offset of less than 0.5 LSB. The chip has been designed and implemented in a 0.13-μm CMOS process and demonstrates the state-of-the-art performance, featuring an SNDR of 69.3 dB and the SFDR of 79 dB without requiring any calibration. Total power consumption of the ADC is 0.9 mW, with a measured differential non-linearity of 1.2/-1.0 LSB and INL of 2.3/-2.2 LSB.
Analogue-digital conversion , CMOS integrated circuits , Comparators (circuits) , Integrated circuit design , Comparator offset compensation technique , Offset calculation , Input sampling scaling technique , Successive approximation register analog-to-digital converter , Extended Input Range SAR ADC , DNL , CMOS process , Noise figure 69.3 dB , Noise figure 79.0 dB , Power 0.9 mW , Size 0.13 mum , Capacitors , Linearity , Parasitic capacitance , Calibration , Monitoring , Analog-to-digital converters , SAR , Comparator offset , Capacitor segmentation , Feedback control system
Asghar, S., Afridi, S. S., Pillai, A., Schuler, A., Rosa, J. M. d. l. and O’Connell, I. (2018) 'A 2-MS/s, 11.22 ENOB, Extended Input Range SAR ADC With Improved DNL and Offset Calculation', IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers, 65(11), pp. 3628-3638. doi: 10.1109/TCSI.2018.2852761
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