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The advent of CMOS technologies with lower feature sizes enables a sustained increase in the available memorization and processing capabilities,favoring the signal processing operations performed in digital domain. Quite often the signals to be processed are analog and, in some cases, must become analog after the digital processing. This requires the utilization of components that make the translation between the two domains: the Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) receives an analog signal and produces its binary coded representation; the Digital-to- Analog Converter (DAC) performs the opposite operation. Presently there are data converters in virtually all electronic systems: audio, video and imaging, communications, control, radar, etc. The two most fundamental parameters of data converters are the sampling frequency (rate at which the input is examined and the corresponding output is produced), and the resolution (which determines the minimum analog signal amplitude that can be processed). Practical implementations indicate a primary tradeoff between these two parameters: data converters with higher sampling frequency have a smaller resolution.