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One-Bit Unlimited Sampling


Conventional analog–to–digital converters (ADCs) are limited in dynamic range. If a signal exceeds some prefixed threshold, the ADC saturates and the resulting signal is clipped, thus becoming prone to aliasing artifacts. Recent developments in ADC design allow to overcome this limitation: using modulo operation, the so called self-reset ADCs fold amplitudes which exceed the dynamic range. A new (unlimited) sampling theory is currently being developed in the context of this novel class of ADCs. In this paper, we make a further step in this direction by coupling modulo sampling with one-bit Σ∆ quantization, or, in other words, consider one-bit unlimited sampling. We show that our scheme overcomes the dynamic range limitations of conventional one-bit quantizer, where no recovery guarantees are possible if the signal’s dynamic range substantially exceeds the range of its one-bit output. We provide a constructive recovery algorithm for bandlimited signals from one-bit modulo samples complemented with a bound on the reconstruction error.

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Felix Krahmer
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14 May 2019 - 10:46am
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[1] Felix Krahmer, "One-Bit Unlimited Sampling", IEEE SigPort, 2019. [Online]. Available: Accessed: May. 23, 2019.
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