#### r.mirtaji

##### Junior Member level 3

Single-lobe glitch-impulses are a consequence of the DAC internal switches being out of sync.

double lobe glitch-impulse are a consequence of parasitic switch capacitances

The glitch area and energy are theoretically defined as

time integrals, without using any approximation.

However, for practical test reasons, the glitch area is

often estimated as a sum of areas that are computed by an

approximated waveform (triangular or square shape.

1-What should be done to calculate the glitch in the output waveform?

2-Should i find the largest Glitch area and estimate that area with a square or triangle and calculate its area?

3-what should i do for double lobe glitch-impulse.should i subtract upper area from lower area.

Thanks for your help