TY - GEN

T1 - Quantization noise spectrum of double-loop sigma-delta converter with sinusoidal input

AU - Rangan, Sundeep

AU - Leung, Bosco

PY - 1993

Y1 - 1993

N2 - An exact formula for the output noise spectrum of a double-loop sigma-delta modulator with a sinusoidal input is derived without the use of a white-noise model. In the case of a sinusoidal input with irrational input amplitude and digital frequency, the result agrees with the exact formula derived by ergodic theory for two-stage modulators. In addition, the present method also provides an exact formula for a sinusoidal inputs with rational frequency and amplitude. Furthermore, the period of the output with rational initial conditions and DC input is also calculated. All results assume that the quantizer does not overload, and hence apply only to multi-bit coders. The ergodic theory method for calculating the exact noise spectrum involves explicitly determining the autocorrelation of the internal quantization error with ergodic theory techniques, and then determining the noise spectrum from the correlation function. The present method, however, directly determines the quantization noise spectrum by using an open-loop model for the coder and applying a Fourier series representation of the quantization error function. The result of both of these methods is that the output noise spectrum for a sinusoidal input is composed of discrete spectral lines shaped by a sin4(w/2) envelope.

AB - An exact formula for the output noise spectrum of a double-loop sigma-delta modulator with a sinusoidal input is derived without the use of a white-noise model. In the case of a sinusoidal input with irrational input amplitude and digital frequency, the result agrees with the exact formula derived by ergodic theory for two-stage modulators. In addition, the present method also provides an exact formula for a sinusoidal inputs with rational frequency and amplitude. Furthermore, the period of the output with rational initial conditions and DC input is also calculated. All results assume that the quantizer does not overload, and hence apply only to multi-bit coders. The ergodic theory method for calculating the exact noise spectrum involves explicitly determining the autocorrelation of the internal quantization error with ergodic theory techniques, and then determining the noise spectrum from the correlation function. The present method, however, directly determines the quantization noise spectrum by using an open-loop model for the coder and applying a Fourier series representation of the quantization error function. The result of both of these methods is that the output noise spectrum for a sinusoidal input is composed of discrete spectral lines shaped by a sin4(w/2) envelope.

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M3 - Conference contribution

AN - SCOPUS:0027744810

SN - 0780317610

T3 - Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems

SP - 216

EP - 219

BT - Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems

PB - Publ by IEEE

T2 - Proceedings of the 36th Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems

Y2 - 16 August 1993 through 18 August 1993

ER -