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Effective front end design for high performance A/D converters. By Rob Reeder and Jim Caserta.

Design of the input configuration – or front end – ahead of a high performance A/D converter is critical to achieving desired system performance. Optimising the overall design depends on many factors, including the nature of the application, system partition and A/D converter architecture. The following sections highlight the important practical considerations affecting the design of an A/D converter front end using amplifier and transformer circuitry.

Rob Reeder and Jim Caserta

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