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Inductive Powering Koenraad van Schuylenbergh. In fact, they are more widely used commercially that their analog counterparts. Provides a clear explanation of the cause of spurious tones in digital delta-sigma modulators; Includes formulae to predict the positions of spurious tones;Describes sample architectures to remove spurious tones;Presents Simulink and Matlab code to reproduce the examples in the book.
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