Components for oversampled signal processors

Monk, John (2002). Components for oversampled signal processors. In: International Conference on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Science, 27-28 Mar 2002, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan.


Oversampled converters trade transmission bandwidth for
resolution. An idealized model gives an insight into the way in which signals are encoded and thus how they can be manipulated. Oversampling offers a form of signal processing that requires simple processing elements capable of exploiting the growing clock speeds available in integrated solutions. Simultaneously avoids the need for analog circuitry. This paper reviews common operations that can be performed on oversampled signals.

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