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DSM: Oversampling ratio V.S. finite opamp gain

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Hi all.
Recently I've read the book called "Understanding Delta Sigma Data Converter".
I have a question on page 53.
"If A(opamp gain) > OSR, the additional noise is less than 0.2 dB."
Could anyone tell me how this value is calculated?
 

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