VLSI Discrete-Time Signal Processing System Fundamentals


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VLSI Discrete-Time Signal Processing System Fundamentals
1010601 VLSI Discrete-Time Signal Processing System FundamentalsElectrical signals, in general, can be classified into the digital and analog signal families. The analog signals, in turn, can be further classified into the continuous-time (CT) signals and discrete-time (DT), or sampled-data, signals. CT signals are continuous functions both in their signal values (voltage, current, etc.) and in their time references. The DT signals are continuous only in their values while these signals are defined discretely in the time references. The DT circuits occupy the intermediate positions between analog and digital signal processing circuits. DT signals are usually generated from…
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Hongjiang Song, Ph.D.: VLSI Analog Circuits: Algorithms, Architecture, Modeling, and Circuit Implementation, Second Edition. VLSI Discrete-Time Signal Processing System Fundamentals, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2017), AccessEngineering Export