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Old 1st June 2010, 02:57 PM   #1
waosai is offline waosai
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Default Need DAC paper!

Hi, anybody can help me download this paper? I am recently studying DAC
design and I found this paper but the resource is very small. Thanks a lot!

"A New Digital-to-Analogue Converter Design Technique for HiFi Applications" at AES E-Library:

AES E-Library: A New Digital-to-Analogue Converter Design Technique for HiFi Applications
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