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AN-609: Chopping on Sigma-Delta ADCs -  AN-609 Analog Devices App Note - Chopping is a technique that can be used to cancel offset voltages and or low frequency errors. This Application Note outlines how chopping is implemented onAD7708/AD7718, AD7709, AD7719, AD7782/AD7783 high resolution Sigma-Delta ADCs and discussesresulting benefits it brings. . . .  

AN-79: IC PreAmplifier Challenges Choppers on Drift -  Application Note. . .  [National Semiconductor]

Application Considerations & Circuits for a New Chopper-Stabilized Op Amp -  AN9 A discussion of circuit, layout and construction considerations for low level DC circuits includes error analysis of solder, wire and connector junctions. Applications include sub-microvolt instrumentation and isolation Amplifiers, stabilized buffers and comparators and precision data converters. . . .  [Linear Technology]
Chop the Noise Gain to Measure An Op Amp's Real-Time Offset Voltage -  04/03/08  EDN Design Idea   A new method of chopping input noise allows you to measure an op Amp's offset voltage in real time. . .  [by Glen Brisebois, Linear Technology App Note - , San Jose, CA]

Chopped Amplifier exacts only 5 A -  05/22/97  EDN Design Idea   Design Idea: The chopped Amplifier in Figure 1 combines low supply current of 5. 5 A with high accuracy. The offset voltage is 5 V with a drift of 0. 05 V/C. The gain exceeds 108, which affords high accuracy, even at large closed-loop gains. . . .  [by Jim Williams, EDN's most revered contributor-At 63 years of age, Williams passed away in June 2011 after a stroke.]

Chopper Amplifiers Complement a DC Accurate Low-Pass Filter -  DN9 Design Notes (Linear Technology). . .  [Linear Technology]

Chopper Amplifier's PPM Stability Enables Electron Microscope to Scrutinize Individual Molecules -  March, 1968. . .  [Analog Devices-Analog Dialogue by Libbey, Robert]

Chopping on Sigma-Delta ADCs -  AN-609 Analog Devices App Note - Chopping is a technique that can be used to cancel offset voltages and other low frequency errors. This Application Note outlines how chopping is implemented on the AD7708/AD7718, AD7709, AD7719, AD7782/AD7783 high resolution Sigma-Delta ADCs and discusses the resulting benefits it brings. . . .  

IC PreAmplifier Challenges Choppers on Drift -  Application Note. . .  [National Semiconductor]

Signal Chopping Enhances Bridge Performance -  06/22/95 EDN Design Idea   You can implement signal-chopping techniques, such as those found in CMOS chopper-stabilized Amplifiers, at the system level to obtain the offset stability of chopper Amplifiers. Moreover, you'll obtain the better noise performan. . .  [by Jerome Johnston, Crystal Semiconductor, Austin, TX]

Ultra Low Noise Op Amp Combines Chopper & Bipolar Op Amps -  DN36 Design Notes (Linear Technology) . . .  [Linear Technology]



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