monotonicity (of an analog-to-digital converter [a digital-to-analog converter])

A property of the transfer function that ensures the consistent increase or decrease of the digital [analog] output in response to a consistent increase or decrease of the analog [digital] input.

NOTE An intermediate increment with the value of zero does not invalidate monotonicity.


JESD99B, 5/07

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