Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC)

Analog-to-digital converter (ADC) is the interface between the digital circuits and the real world analog signals. ADCs are present in every electronic system. With the increase in the need of optimizing power, area, efficiency and speed of electronic systems, it is crucial that the ADC design suits the overall system requirements.  

ADC Design for automotive Applications
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ADC Design for automotive Applications

The Fraunhofer EMFT circuit design group specializes in the design of high-performance  analog-to-digital converters, catering to diverse applications. Our competence portfolio includes design of

  • sigma delta ADCs
  • high speed successive approximation (SAR) ADCs
  • pipelined ADCs for automotive radar SoC, sensors and neuromorphic applications

Depending on the requirements, we can supply noise-power budget, behavior modelling, IP design, layout design and verification as well as measurement and evaluation of the results.

These competences in the area of analog to digital converters are available at Fraunhofer EMFT for your application topics. We look forward to hearing from you!

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