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Title Design of a Precision Low Voltage Resistor Multiplying Digital-to-Analog Converter
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Degree MS
Discipline/Department Electrical Engineering
Degree Level masters
University/Publisher Texas A&M University
Abstract This work aims to model the effect of the input offset voltage of an operational amplifier on the performance of a high-precision, voltage-mode, resistor-based multiplying digital-to-analog converter (M-DAC). Based on the model, a high precision current buffer is proposed to isolate the resistor ladder from the operational amplifier. A 14-bit M-DAC operating with a ±1V reference of the proposed architecture. Post-layout simulations show that the proposed architecture reduces the offset voltage to an offset error in the DAC transfer function. The maximum DNL is maintained at -0.385 LSB for an input offset voltage of up to 60mV (1024 LSB). The current buffer also introduces an inversion of the output voltage, yielding a non-inverted output. This alleviates the need for an additional high precision op-amp to invert the output voltage.
Subjects/Keywords DAC; input offset voltage; high-precision; current buffer
Contributors Karsilayan, Aydin I (advisor); Silva-Martinez, Jose (advisor); Khatri, Sunil (committee member); Hur, Pilwon (committee member)
Language en
Country of Publication us
Record ID handle:1969.1/165708
Repository tamu
Date Indexed 2020-08-12
Grantor Texas A & M University
Issued Date 2017-05-17 00:00:00

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