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Oversampling Filter Design in Noise-Shaping Digital-to-Analog Conversion
A number of oversampling filters in association with a heavily oversampled and noise-shaped digital-to-analog converter (DAC) are presented for high-resolution appalications in professional and consumer digital audio environments. Computer simulations of oversampling filter, noise shaper, and DAC errors are described, together with results to demonstrate interactive performance dependence on filter nonideality.
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