1. Fundamentals of Sampled Data Systems Coding and Quantizing DAC/ADC Ideal Static Transfer Functions Sampling Theory Data Converter AC errors and specifications 2. DAC Architectures and Origins Kelvin Divider String DACs R/2R DACs Segmented DACs Capacitor DACs Multiplying DACs Interpolating DACs Deglitching DAC outputs PWM DACs Sigma-Delta DACs Video DACs with lookup tables Digital potentiometers MicroDACs LogDACs 3. ADC Architectures and origins Low speed High speed Sigma-Delta 4. Data Converter Process Technology 5. Testing Data Converters 6. Interfacing to ADCs and DACs 7. Data Conversion Support Circuits Sample-and-hold circuits Voltage references Analog switches and multiplexers 8. Applications Precision measurement and sensor conditioning Data acquisition subsystems Multichannel systems and multiplexing Data distribution systems using multiple DACs Digital pot applications Display electronics Audio Video Software radio and IF sampling Higher levels of integration DDS 9. Hardware Design Techniques for Mixed-Signal Systems Passive components Printed circuit board design issues Layout "Smart" Partitioning Grounding mixed signal devices Digital isolation techniques Filtering switching supply outputs Data converter overvoltage protection Thermal considerations EMI/RFI considerations Logic considerations Simulation and IBIS models Prototyping Evaluation Boards Appendix Index
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