This paper proposes an Oscillation BIST (OBIST) that is meant to test ADCs fabricated in sub 100nm processes. The design is intended to be capable of testing a 10-bit ADC that was designed in 40nm CMOS. The design scheme presents a simple analog stimulus generator that was designed in 40nm CMOS together with schematic based simulation results. There is also a description of a calibration circuit and a high-level implementation of a BIST control system to run the BIST and to calculate static parameters such as Differential Non-linearity (DNL) and Integral Non-linearity (INL). Simulation results for the analog stimulus generator suggest that OBIST might still be a viable method to test ADCs despite device scaling to sub 100nm processes.