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By Gordon W. Roberts

ISBN-10: 0792392728

ISBN-13: 9780792392729

Analog sign new release for Built-In-Self-Test (BIST) of Mixed-Signal built-in Circuits is a concise creation to a robust new sign iteration strategy.
The ebook starts with a short creation to the trying out challenge and a overview of traditional sign iteration options. The e-book then describes an oversampling-based oscillator in a position to producing high-precision analog tones utilizing a mix of electronic common sense and D/A conversion. those ideas are then prolonged to multi-tone checking out schemes with out introducing a serious penalty. The thoughts are prolonged extra to surround piece-wise linear waveforms corresponding to sq., triangular and sawtooth waves. Experimental effects are provided to make sure the guidelines in each one bankruptcy and at last, conclusions are drawn. For these readers surprising with delta-sigma modulation ideas, a short advent to this topic is additionally supplied in an appendix.
The booklet is perfect for try out engineers, researchers and circuits designers with an curiosity in IC checking out equipment.

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