Two-Step Open-Loop VCO-Based ADC
Part of the Signals and Communication Technology book series (SCT)
As seen in Chap. 1, for both wireline and wireless communications, new standards always require larger data rates and signal bandwidths, e.g. VDSL2 and WLAN 802.11n are expected to extend their analog bandwidths to 30 MHz and 40 MHz respectively.
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