Performance of subband HFB-based A/D converters

Abstract : Subband Hybrid Filter Bank (HFB) structures may replace the classic ones in parallel A/D Converters (ADC). In this paper, subband and original HFB-based A/D converters are simulated and compared in the time domain. For this purpose, firstly a brief survey on subband HFB-based A/D converters is presented. According to the simulations, subband HFB-based ADC exhibits a lower sensitivity to realization errors than classic one. Besides, compensation techniques such as noise canceling may be used for correcting the analog imperfections of subband HFB. This is not possible for classic HFB. The output resolution of subband HFB-based ADC is shown to be better than the one related to classic architecture using FIR synthesis filters with the same order for some exemplary inputs. Computation complexity related to subband architecture is compared with the one due to classic structure. It may be seen that subband HFB-based ADC includes less computational complexity than the classic architecture if an adaptive compensation of analog imperfections is considered.
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Jacques Oksman, Davud Asemani. Performance of subband HFB-based A/D converters. International Symposium on Signal Processing and its Applications, Feb 2007, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. pp.CD-ROM Proceedings. ⟨hal-00261164⟩

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