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An Integrated AES/EBU Receiver/Sample-Rate Converter
An IC that combines the functions of an AES/EBU receiver and asynchronous rate converter has been designed. This IC allows the systems designer to receive an external AES/EBU signal and sync it to an internal crystal-controlled system clock. The IC uses an all-digital AES receiver that can tolerate large amounts of jitter and tracks over a wide and continuous range of sample frequencies. The sample-rate converter uses a new algorithm that employs a noise-shaped clock signal in conjunction with a digital interpolator/decimator.
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