Publication detail

Grounded Voltage Controlled Positive Resistor with Ultra Low Power Consumption

YUCE, E. MINAEI, S. HERENCSÁR, N.

Original Title

Grounded Voltage Controlled Positive Resistor with Ultra Low Power Consumption

Czech Title

Grounded Voltage Controlled Positive Resistor with Ultra Low Power Consumption

English Title

Grounded Voltage Controlled Positive Resistor with Ultra Low Power Consumption

Type

journal article

Language

en

Original Abstract

In this work, a new CMOS based grounded voltage controlled positive resistor (GVCPR) with one control voltage is proposed. The proposed GVCPR employs only five CMOS transistors, one operated in triode region and others operated in saturation region or OFF. One of the main properties of the proposed GVCPR is its ultra low power consumption; however, a single active component matching condition is needed. A number of SPICE simulation results using IBM 0.13 um SIGE013 level-7 CMOS process parameters such as its performance analysis and verification in tunable voltage-mode first-order all-pass filter and high-Q & high-gain voltage-mode multiple-feedback second-order band-pass filter are included to confirm the theory. The superior performance of the proposed GVCPR is also proven by numeric Figure of Merit calculation.

Czech abstract

In this work, a new CMOS based grounded voltage controlled positive resistor (GVCPR) with one control voltage is proposed. The proposed GVCPR employs only five CMOS transistors, one operated in triode region and others operated in saturation region or OFF. One of the main properties of the proposed GVCPR is its ultra low power consumption; however, a single active component matching condition is needed. A number of SPICE simulation results using IBM 0.13 um SIGE013 level-7 CMOS process parameters such as its performance analysis and verification in tunable voltage-mode first-order all-pass filter and high-Q & high-gain voltage-mode multiple-feedback second-order band-pass filter are included to confirm the theory. The superior performance of the proposed GVCPR is also proven by numeric Figure of Merit calculation.

English abstract

In this work, a new CMOS based grounded voltage controlled positive resistor (GVCPR) with one control voltage is proposed. The proposed GVCPR employs only five CMOS transistors, one operated in triode region and others operated in saturation region or OFF. One of the main properties of the proposed GVCPR is its ultra low power consumption; however, a single active component matching condition is needed. A number of SPICE simulation results using IBM 0.13 um SIGE013 level-7 CMOS process parameters such as its performance analysis and verification in tunable voltage-mode first-order all-pass filter and high-Q & high-gain voltage-mode multiple-feedback second-order band-pass filter are included to confirm the theory. The superior performance of the proposed GVCPR is also proven by numeric Figure of Merit calculation.

Keywords

CMOS, grounded voltage controlled positive resistor, GVCPR, low power dissipation, low voltage circuit, low transistor count circuit, Figure of Merit

RIV year

2014

Released

12.09.2014

Publisher

Kaunas University of Technology

Location

Department of Electronics Engineering Kaunas University of Technology Studentu str. 50-438 r. LT - 51368 Kaunas Lith

Pages from

45

Pages to

50

Pages count

6

BibTex


@article{BUT108737,
  author="Erkan {Yuce} and Shahram {Minaei} and Norbert {Herencsár}",
  title="Grounded Voltage Controlled Positive Resistor with Ultra Low Power Consumption",
  annote="In this work, a new CMOS based grounded voltage controlled positive resistor (GVCPR) with one control voltage is proposed. The proposed GVCPR employs only five CMOS transistors, one operated in triode region and others operated in saturation region or OFF. One of the main properties of the proposed GVCPR is its ultra low power consumption; however, a single active component matching condition is needed. A number of SPICE simulation results using IBM 0.13 um SIGE013 level-7 CMOS process parameters such as its performance analysis and verification in tunable voltage-mode first-order all-pass filter and high-Q & high-gain voltage-mode multiple-feedback second-order band-pass filter are included to confirm the theory. The superior performance of the proposed GVCPR is also proven by numeric Figure of Merit calculation.",
  address="Kaunas University of Technology",
  chapter="108737",
  doi="10.5755/j01.eee.20.7.8023",
  institution="Kaunas University of Technology",
  number="7",
  volume="20",
  year="2014",
  month="september",
  pages="45--50",
  publisher="Kaunas University of Technology",
  type="journal article"
}