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differential voltage vs peak to peak
Even in your answer somethings are in contrast you said 0.125 Vp = 0.25Vpp on the other hand 2Vpp=2Vp :)
Actualy I found the answer and that is 0.5Vppd corresponds to an amplitude of a 0.25 for a sine wave that means Vppd = Vpp when you model a differential...
what is a vppd?
I have a very basic question! :D
I want to know if I am right or not:
I want to model a 0.5vppd input with a single ended one it it correct to have a 0.25 as the amp of a sine wave or I should say 0.5 sin(...)?
I am trying to model a sigma-delta modulator in Matlab/Simulink. I need a 1 bit quantizer since my modulator is one bit. As we know a 1 bit quantizer would be a simple comprator but I could not find comparator in simulink blocks. Is it reasonable to use a relay instead...
I am trying to model some sigma delta ADC in matlab simulink.
My question is that can I use a relay instead of a quantizer since I have a one bit comparator as a quantizer (N=1) ? the thing is that when I am trying to use quantizer for 1 bit as a result I get more than 2 level output!
2nd order sigma delta and fft
I am starting the system modeling of a reconfigurable 2nd order SD ADC in Simulink. I have some questions while my design specs are like this:
* 80dB SNDR over 100 KHz (GSM) and 60 dB SNDR over 500 KHz (Bluetooth)
* Technology = 0.18 um
* Power : as lower power as...