DYNAD : a framework IV SMT project addressed to the development of dynamic test techniques for analog-to-digital converters

Abstract : DYNAD, a Standards, Measurements and Testing project supported by the European Commission within the Framework IV activities, is a research project aiming at the investigation of test procedures for evaluating the dynamic performances of A/D converters and S/H circuits. The paper concisely reports about the activities carried out in the first months of the project, activities which aim at improving the existing norms for what concerns the “classical” dynamic test methods for A/D converters, based on the use of sinusoidal stimuli. Web links are provided so that any interested party may contribute his/her opinion on the developed draft. Then, the research activities planned for the following years are briefly illustrated.
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Carlo Morandi, Giovanni Chiorboli, Dominique Dallet, Djamel Haddadi, Sara Mazzoleni, et al.. DYNAD : a framework IV SMT project addressed to the development of dynamic test techniques for analog-to-digital converters. Journal of Computer Standards and Interfaces, 2000, 22 (2), pp.113-119. ⟨hal-00180334⟩

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