In this thesis, a digital input class D audio amplifier system which has the ability to reject the power supply noise and nonlinearly of the output stage is presented. The main digital class D feed-forward path is using the fully-digital sigma-delta PWM open loop topology. Feedback loop is used to suppress the power supply noise and harmonic distortions. The design is using global foundry 0.18um technology. Based on simulation, the power supply rejection at 200Hz is about -49dB with 81dB dynamic range and -70dB THD+N. The full scale output power can reach as high as 27mW and still keep minimum ...
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