Decimation Filter Design for Sigma-Delta Converters

  • Valentino Liberali
  • Roberto Rossi
  • Guido Torelli


In the field of digital signal processing, the concept of sampling a continuous-time process is fundamental. Sampling means extracting a set of numbers that in some sense represent the process that is being sampled.


Hardware Description Language Commutative Rule Clock Tree Clock Domain Decimation Filter 
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  • Valentino Liberali
  • Roberto Rossi
  • Guido Torelli

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