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Keeping Things Quiet: A New Methodology for Dynamic Range Comparator Noise Analysis

Getting analog-to-digital design right is all about dynamic comparators. And, getting dynamic comparators right is all about noise. But noise is one of the more difficult things to analyze in your tool environment. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Art Schaldenbrand from Cadence Design Systems about noise analysis in dynamic comparators. It’ll help your next design rise above all the noise out there.

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