Noise-shaped filter implementation

Noise-shaped filter implementation

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A system-level noise mitigation technique is used to design low-noise single-ended switched-capacitor filters which implement noise shaping. The performance is comparable to that of a fully differential structure, while the complexity, power dissipation and chip area are drastically reduced.


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