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How to simulate the "unlatched gain" of a dynamic comparator (Read 76 times)
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How to simulate the "unlatched gain" of a dynamic comparator
May 09th, 2021, 10:42pm
 
Hi everybody,

I have read the paper "Comparator Metastability Analysis" from this Forum and try to test the probability of comparators make a wrong disicion.

https://designers-guide.org/analysis/metastability.pdf

In this paper, there is a definition that Aul is the comparator unlatched gain. But how to simulate the "unlatched gain" of the dynamic comparator like strong arm and double-tailes ?

I'm confused about the definition and the simulation way about the "unlatched gain",can you give me some advise or the simulation guide?

It's the first time I use this Forum. Thanks a lot!
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