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Chaos, Oversampling, and Noise Shaping in Digital-to-Analog Conversion

A method of digital-to-analog conversion (DAC) is investigated that uses a combination of high oversampling and high-order noise shaping. Both linear analysis and computer modeling reveal many of the characteristics of a base-band noise shaper where chaotic loop behavior is shown to result in a decorrelation of DAC distortion to benign noise.

JAES Volume 37 Issue 12 pp. 980-1001; December 1989
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