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Low-power ADCs sport 11b resolution, 200 Msps and SNR boost scheme

7/7/2010 05:11 PM EDT
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re: Low-power ADCs sport 11b resolution, 200 Msps and SNR boost scheme
GREAT-Terry   7/13/2010 2:18:08 PM
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It seems is targeting for market that is limited by the ECCN license from US Government. Little was known about the SNR booster, just wonder if it has anything to do with delta sigma.

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