Delta-Sigma ADC -- Simulating and Breadboarding 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Hello PF, For a project I am to design, simulate and demonstrate and very simple Delta-Sigma ADC converter. I need only use simple circuit elements, a comparator, op-amp(s), and a flip-flop/latch chip. The simulation will be done on multisim and the ADC will be demonstrated using a breadboard platform. An oscilloscope will be used to view the input/output and a function generator can be used as a clock. The input frequency is to be less than 100Hz 2. Relevant equations I have attached a jpg of the simplified Delta-Sigma ADC diagram taken directly from the project outline. Basic circuit analysis includes any and all equations that would be relevant, but I do not need help with analysis right now. 3. The attempt at a solution A simple integrator can be constructed using a resistor and a capacitor. I know that a low-pass filter should be included in the output. I am having trouble designing the 1-bit ADC and the 1-bit memory element (refer to the attached jpg). For the 1-bit ADC, I believe I need to compare the analog output from the integrator to a reference voltage in order to produce a two level signal, however I do not know how to do this. Instinct tells me I should incorporate an op-amp, but I am unsure about how to do so. The 1-bit memory element should incorporate a clock in order to time the outputs.(?) I am asking for some direction and some component recommendations.