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35-39. 6. George Flynn, "Analog to Digital Converters," Electronic Products, Vol. 10, No. 5, October 1967, pp. 18-48. 7. Bernard M. 710. 8. W. M. Gaines, "Terminology for Functional Characteristics of Analog to Digital Converters," Control Engineering, February 1961. 9. Bernard M. Gordon, "Designing Sampled Data Systems," Control Engineering, April 1961, pp. 127132. 10. Bernard M. Gordon, "How to Specify Analog-to-Digital Converters," Electronic Design, May 10 1961, pp. 36-39. 11. Bernard M. 52-53.

4, Data Converters of the 1980s. 35. ), the demand for lower cost more compact high performance data converters led manufacturers to turn toward hybrid and modular techniques—as the monolithic technology of the period was not yet capable of supporting the high-end converter functions in single-chip form. Hybrid and modular data converter designers of the 1970s had a virtual smorgasbord of components from which to choose, including IC op amps, IC DACs, comparators, discrete transistors, various logic chips, etc.

Although bipolar and CMOS flash converter designs were used in most of the 6- to 10-bit video ADCs of the 1980s, the lower power subranging and pipelined architectures became prevalent in the 1990s, as ADC designers gained experience with faster CMOS and BiCMOS processes. Today, the flash converter architecture is widely used as a building block within pipelined ADCs. 4 DATA CONVERTERS OF THE 1980S of 6- or 8-bits resolutions which serve the relatively niche markets requiring sampling rates of 1 GSPS or greater.

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