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A Decoded Digital-to-Analogue Converter for Audio
A digital-to-analog (D/A) convertion scheme will be presented which utilizes a decoded or segmented approach. The design technique improves differential linearity and stability which makes it ideally suited for audio applications. Results of a number of converts which employ this technique will be presented. These converters range from 18 to a 14 bit monolithic.
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