Publication detail

New Current-Mode Class 1 Frequency-Agile Filter for Multi Protocol GPS Application

ATASOYU, M. METIN, B. KUNTMAN, H. HERENCSÁR, N.

Original Title

New Current-Mode Class 1 Frequency-Agile Filter for Multi Protocol GPS Application

Czech Title

New Current-Mode Class 1 Frequency-Agile Filter for Multi Protocol GPS Application

English Title

New Current-Mode Class 1 Frequency-Agile Filter for Multi Protocol GPS Application

Type

journal article

Language

en

Original Abstract

Recently, due to their cost, accuracy, and integrability of conventional current-mode (CM) on-chip integrated filters working in radio frequency region, frequency-agile filters (FAFs) have started taking great interest in multi-standard transceivers, encrypted communication, cognitive radio, software defined radio structures, and global positioning system applications. By following the most recent trend in the literature, this paper proposes the first class 1 CM FAF using high-performance analog building block so-called positive-type electronically controllable second-generation current conveyor (ECCII+), two resistors, and two grounded capacitors. The theory and the proposed 2nd-order CM FAF are supported by both regular and post-layout simulations performed using CADENCE Spectre tool with TSMC 0.18 µm level-49 CMOS technology process BSIM3v3 parameters. Furthermore, corner and Monte-Carlo analyses are given to prove the accuracy of centre frequency of the CM FAF.

Czech abstract

Recently, due to their cost, accuracy, and integrability of conventional current-mode (CM) on-chip integrated filters working in radio frequency region, frequency-agile filters (FAFs) have started taking great interest in multi-standard transceivers, encrypted communication, cognitive radio, software defined radio structures, and global positioning system applications. By following the most recent trend in the literature, this paper proposes the first class 1 CM FAF using high-performance analog building block so-called positive-type electronically controllable second-generation current conveyor (ECCII+), two resistors, and two grounded capacitors. The theory and the proposed 2nd-order CM FAF are supported by both regular and post-layout simulations performed using CADENCE Spectre tool with TSMC 0.18 µm level-49 CMOS technology process BSIM3v3 parameters. Furthermore, corner and Monte-Carlo analyses are given to prove the accuracy of centre frequency of the CM FAF.

English abstract

Recently, due to their cost, accuracy, and integrability of conventional current-mode (CM) on-chip integrated filters working in radio frequency region, frequency-agile filters (FAFs) have started taking great interest in multi-standard transceivers, encrypted communication, cognitive radio, software defined radio structures, and global positioning system applications. By following the most recent trend in the literature, this paper proposes the first class 1 CM FAF using high-performance analog building block so-called positive-type electronically controllable second-generation current conveyor (ECCII+), two resistors, and two grounded capacitors. The theory and the proposed 2nd-order CM FAF are supported by both regular and post-layout simulations performed using CADENCE Spectre tool with TSMC 0.18 µm level-49 CMOS technology process BSIM3v3 parameters. Furthermore, corner and Monte-Carlo analyses are given to prove the accuracy of centre frequency of the CM FAF.

Keywords

Analog electronics, active filter, current conveyor, ECCII, frequency-agile filter (FAF), tunable circuit, post-layout simulation.

RIV year

2015

Released

12.10.2015

Pages from

35

Pages to

39

Pages count

5

URL

BibTex


@article{BUT117496,
  author="Mesut {Atasoyu} and Bilgin {Metin} and Hakan {Kuntman} and Norbert {Herencsár}",
  title="New Current-Mode Class 1 Frequency-Agile Filter for Multi Protocol GPS Application",
  annote="Recently, due to their cost, accuracy, and integrability of conventional current-mode (CM) on-chip integrated filters working in radio frequency region, frequency-agile filters (FAFs) have started taking great interest in multi-standard transceivers, encrypted communication, cognitive radio, software defined radio structures, and global positioning system applications. By following the most recent trend in the literature, this paper proposes the first class 1 CM FAF using high-performance analog building block so-called positive-type electronically controllable second-generation current conveyor (ECCII+), two resistors, and two grounded capacitors. The theory and the proposed 2nd-order CM FAF are supported by both regular and post-layout simulations performed using CADENCE Spectre tool with TSMC 0.18 µm level-49 CMOS technology process BSIM3v3 parameters. Furthermore, corner and Monte-Carlo analyses are given to prove the accuracy of centre frequency of the CM FAF.",
  chapter="117496",
  doi="10.5755/j01.eee.21.5.13323",
  howpublished="online",
  number="5",
  volume="21",
  year="2015",
  month="october",
  pages="35--39",
  type="journal article"
}