feedthrough error (of a multiplying digital-to-analog converter) (EF)

An error in analog output, due to variation in the reference voltage, that appears as an offset error and is proportional to the frequency and amplitude of the reference signal.

NOTE 1 The specification for the feedthrough error is given for the digital input for which the offset error is specified, and for a reference signal of specified frequency and amplitude.

NOTE 2 This error may also be expressed as a peak-to-peak analog value.

References

JESD99B, 5/07

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