Publication detail

New Bulk-Driven Class AB CCII

KHATEB, F. KHATIB, N.

Original Title

New Bulk-Driven Class AB CCII

English Title

New Bulk-Driven Class AB CCII

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Bulk-driven technique has been verified to be a promising candidate in the area of low-voltage low-power techniques. In this paper, class AB current conveyor utilizing bulk-driven technique has been proposed. The proposed circuit was implemented based on CMOS technology to put a step forward in the field of low-voltage low-power applications; the non-ideal model of current conveyor has been explained. The circuit has been simulated at +-0.4 V supply voltage and total power dissipation 27.8 uW. The simulation results have been included to prove the theoretical consideration.

English abstract

Bulk-driven technique has been verified to be a promising candidate in the area of low-voltage low-power techniques. In this paper, class AB current conveyor utilizing bulk-driven technique has been proposed. The proposed circuit was implemented based on CMOS technology to put a step forward in the field of low-voltage low-power applications; the non-ideal model of current conveyor has been explained. The circuit has been simulated at +-0.4 V supply voltage and total power dissipation 27.8 uW. The simulation results have been included to prove the theoretical consideration.

Keywords

Bulk-driven MOST, current conveyor, low-voltage low-power MOST.

RIV year

2011

Released

19.04.2011

Location

Brno

ISBN

978-1-61284-322-3

Book

21st International Conference Radioelektronika 2011

Pages from

115

Pages to

118

Pages count

4

URL

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT36364,
  author="Fabian {Khateb} and Nabhan {Khatib}",
  title="New Bulk-Driven Class AB CCII",
  annote="Bulk-driven technique has been verified to be a promising candidate in the area of low-voltage low-power techniques. In this paper, class AB current conveyor utilizing bulk-driven technique has been proposed. The proposed circuit was implemented based on CMOS technology to put a step forward in the field of low-voltage low-power applications; the non-ideal model of current conveyor has been explained. The circuit has been simulated at +-0.4 V supply voltage and total power dissipation 27.8 uW. The simulation results have been included to prove the theoretical consideration.",
  booktitle="21st International Conference Radioelektronika 2011",
  chapter="36364",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  year="2011",
  month="april",
  pages="115--118",
  type="conference paper"
}