Filter injects noise

RC filter or amplifier’s lowpass filter at the input of a delta-sigma ADC is normally put there to reduce noise. But sometimes adding a filter can produce a noisier digital output than without that filter. Using an analog filter to inject noise article tells that it is as easy to eliminate higher-frequency noise with an analog lowpass filter as it is to inject noise into the frequency band below the corner frequency of your filter. If you change your circuit design by reducing your filter’s resistor values, you will increase the noiseless bits in the circuit.



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  2. Burton Haynes says:

    This was a great post, thank you for sharing.

  3. Andrew Pelt says:

    Wow, That was very informative, thanks for sharing

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