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Using the Chopper Input “Chopping” modulates the input signal with a square wave Low freq noise and DC offsets are pushed out to the clock freq (for easy filtering) Slewing and settling limitations mean the chopper output is not “ideal” To recover the “ideal” output, sample in phase2 at twice the chopper frequency To boost the gain, use offsetcompensated CAMs, sampling in phase2 at twice the chopper frequency
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