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Implementation of High Speed Low Power Split-SAR ADCs

M. Ranjithkumar 1, C.Selvi2, M.Bhuvaneswaran 3
  1. PG Scholar, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Muthayammal Engineering College, Namakkal, India
  2. Assistant Professor, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Muthayammal Engineering College, Namakkal, India
  3. Assistant professor, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Muthayammal Engineering College, Namakkal, India
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This paper analyzes the parasitic effects in SAR ADCs. Which achieves a significant switching energy saving when compared with set-and-down and charge-recycling switching approaches. Successive approximation technique in ADC is well known logic, where in the presented design the linearity analysis of a Successive Approximation Registers (SAR) Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) with split DAC structure based on two switching methods: VCM -based switching, Switch to switchback process. The main motivation is to implement design of capacitor array DAC and achieve high speed with medium resolution using 45nm technology. The current SAR architecture has in built sample and hold circuit, so there is significant saving in chip area. The other advantage is matching of capacitor can be achieved better then resistor. Which is verified by behavioural Measurement results of power, speed, resolution, and linearity clearly show the benefits of using VCM-based switching? In the proposed design the SAR ADC is designed in switch to switchback process such a way that the control module completely control the splitting up of modules, and we planning to give an option to change the speed of operation using low level input bits. A dedicated multiplexer is designed for that purpose system.


Linearity analysis, linearity calibration, resolution SAR ADCs, split DAC, VCM-based switching, switch to switch back process.


1.1 Selection of the right ADC architecture

The selection of the right architecture is a very crucial decision. The following fig.1 shows the common ADC (Analog to Digital Converter) architectures, their applications, resolutions and sampling rates. Sigma Delta ADC architectures are very useful for lower Sampling rate and higher resolution (approximately 12-24 bits).
The common applications for Sigma-delta ADC architecture are found in voice band, audio and industrial Measurements. The Successive Approximation (SAR) architecture is very suitable for data acquisition; it has resolutions ranging from 8bits to 18 bits and sampling rates ranging from 50 KHz to 50 MHz The most effective way to create a Giga rate application with 8 to 16 bit resolution is the pipeline ADC architecture.

1.2 SAR ADC Architecture

The SAR architecture mainly uses the binary search algorithm. The SAR ADC consists of fewer blocks such as one comparator, one DAC (Digital to Analog Converter) and one control logic.The algorithm is very similar to like searching a number from telephone book. For example, to search a telephone number from telephone book, first, the book is opened and the number may be located either in first half or in the second half of the book. Further, relevant section is divided into half. This procedure can be followed until finding relevant number. The main advantage of SAR ADC is good ratio of speed to power.
The SAR ADC has compact design compare to flash ADC, which makes SAR ADC inexpensive. The physical limitation of SAR ADC is, it has one comparator throughout the entire conversation process. If there is any offset error in the comparator, it will reflect on the all conversion bits. The other source is gain error in DAC. However, the static parameter errors do not affect dynamic behaviour of SAR ADC.

1.2.1 SAR Logic

SAR logic is purely a digital circuit, and it consists of three major blocks,
• Counter
• Bit register
• Data register
The counter provides timing control and switch control. For 8 bits conversion, seven DFFs (D flip-flops) are used. The following table 1 explains which bit set to high during different phases of SAR operation.


2.1 VCM Based Switching

The conventional binary weighted capacitor array has limitation for higher resolution due the larger capacitor ratio from MSB capacitor to LSB capacitor. To eliminate this problem, one technique can be applied known as split capacitor technique. For example, to achieve the 8bits resolution, the capacitor array can be spited as shown in following fig.3.
The attenuation capacitor divides the LSB capacitor array and MSB capacitor array. Here, the ratio between LSB to MSB capacitor (C to 8Cc) reduces drastically compare to the conventional binary weighted capacitor array.
The Vcm-based approach performs the MSB transition by connecting the differential arrays to Vcm. Thepower dissipation is just derived from what isneeded to drive the bottom-plate parasitic of the capacitive arrays, while in the conventional charge-redistribution where the necessary MSB “up” transition costs significant switching energy and settling time. Moreover, as the MSB capacitor is notrequired anymore, it can be removed from the n-bit DAC array. Therefore, the next n − 1 b estimation is done with an (n − 1) bit array instead of its n-bit counterpart, leading to half capacitance reduction with respect to the conventional method.

2.2 Sampling phase

During sampling phase bottom plates of capacitor array are connected to Vin as shown in fig.4. The reset switch still on hence the top plate is on VCM; and voltage across capacitor array is Vin-VCM.During Charge transfer phase, bottom plates of capacitor array are switched to VCM and top plates are floating as shown figure 7. In this phase, reset switch is off. Hence, Voltage at top plate Vx During Charge transfer phase, bottom plates of capacitor array are switched to VCM and top plates are floating as shown figure 7. In this phase, reset switch is off. Hence, Voltage at top plate Vx, which is as follows:

2.4 Sample and Hold

In general, Sample and hold circuit (SHC) contains a switch and a capacitor. In the tracking mode, when the sampling signal is high and the switch is connected, it tracks the analog input signal. Then, it holds the value when the Sampling signal turns to low in the hold mode. In this case, sample and hold provides a constant voltage at the input of the ADC during conversion. Regardless of the type of S/H (inherent or separate S/H), sampling operation has a great impact on the dynamic performance of the ADC such as SNDR.


In the proposed system we are planning to implement SAR ADC in a configurable manner with different frequency inputs, the configurable means that the entire ADC architecture can work with different perfromance by changing the Vref of the ADC. Normally in all ADC Vref , Vin , Vth plays. A major role in adc conversion, by varying the values of Vref. we can change the performance of the ADC, We store the different values of Vref through Multiplexer , for selecting the mux inputs we have counter, Reference signal generator generates different analog signals to to test our ADC .SAR ADCs provide a high degree of configurability on both circuit level and architectural level. At architectural level the loop order and oversampling ratio can be changed, the number of included blocks, and way these blocks are arranged. At circuit level many things could change, such as bias currents, amplifier performance, quantized resolution etc.


If an ADC is reconfigured in the way the blocks in the ADC are used and ordered, it is an architectural change of the ADC, or architectural re configurability. These blocks can also be changed, for instance how the amplifiers are biased, or how many bits of resolution that a quantise has in a SAR ADC.These are examples of how circuit level reconfigurability is applied to an ADC.

3.1.1 Module Description

In this first module we design the selective network for giving the appropriate input to the successive approximation registers ADC and analyse the performance of the designed network. In this second module we design the sample and hold circuit for processing the given analog signal from the selective network. Here after we measure the performance of the designed circuit.In this third module we design the successive approximation registers logic for effective analog to digital.


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There are several techniques for measuring winds with only a balloon or with a combination balloon and Radiosonde. When a Radiosonde measures winds it is called a radio-wind-sonde or rawinsonde. Radiosonde wind finding methods vary widely. In all cases, the winds are determined byobserving the drift of the balloon. One class of wind measurement techniques tracks the balloon externally using one of three methods: (1) optical systems use a the odolite to visually track the balloon’s azimuth and elevation; (2) radio the odolites track a radio signal sent from a transmitter on the Radiosonde, again to obtain azimuth and elevation information; and (3) radar systems track a radar retro reflector suspended from the balloon to obtain slant range, azimuth, and elevation.


(i) Simulation Results of Analog Signal

Optical systems use a the odolite to visually track the balloon’s azimuth and elevation.

(ii) Simulation Results of Sondae Application

Radio the odolites track a radio signal sent from a transmitter on the Radiosonde, again to obtain azimuth and elevation information

(iii) Simulation Results of Integration

Radar systems track a radar retro reflector suspended from the balloon to obtain slant range, azimuth, and elevation.


The SAR ADCs operating at tens of MS/s with conventional and VCM-based switching were presented. The linearity behaviours of the DACs switching and structure were analysed and verified by both simulated and measured results. The VCM-based switching technique provides superior conversion linearity when compared with the conventional method because of its array’s capacitors correlation during each bit cycling. The reduction of the maximum ratio and sum of the total capacitance can lead to area savings and power efficiency.Which allow the SAR converter to work at high-speed while meeting a low power consumption requirement. The ADC achieves 1.46mW power consumption and occupies only 0.012mm2.The measured performance corresponds to an FOM of 39fJ/conversion-step, which is comparable with the best published ADCs.

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