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Title"Analog to information converter based on random demodulation"
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2015
AuthorsA. Dutta, R. K. Mangang
Conference Name2015 International Conference on Electronic Design, Computer Networks Automated Verification (EDCAV)
Date PublishedJan
ISBN Number978-1-4799-6208-2
Accession Number14998520
KeywordsADC, analog to digital converters, analog to information converter, Analog-digital conversion, analogue-digital conversion, compressed sensing, compressive sensing, compressive sensing technique, Computer architecture, Demodulation, Educational institutions, gilbert cell mixer, high power consumption, Information theory, linear feedback shift register, low dynamic range, low-pass filter, low-pass filters, Mixers, Nyquist theorem, power consumption, Power dissipation, pubcrawl170104, random demodulation, sampling rate, Shannon theorem, TIQ comparator

With the increase in signal's bandwidth, the conventional analog to digital converters (ADCs), operating on the basis of Shannon/Nyquist theorem, are forced to work at very high rates leading to low dynamic range and high power consumptions. This paper here tells about one Analog to Information converter developed based on compressive sensing techniques. The high sampling rates, which is the main drawback for ADCs, is being successfully reduced to 4 times lower than the conventional rates. The system is also accompanied with the advantage of low power dissipation.

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