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diff between latched and linear comparator

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manissri

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what is the main difference between the latched and linear comparator
what is the advantage and disadvantage one over other.
 

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Latched comparators (besides that they are latched)
tend to have a high gain from the regenerative action
in the latch, and the clocked operation lends itself to
adding things like autozero.
 

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a clocked comparator only changes its state at discrete time points; a latched comparator changes its state when the input changes.
 

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