Publication detail

Current-Mode Precision Full-Wave Rectifier Using Two WTA Cells

KOTON, J. LAHIRI, A. HERENCSÁR, N. VRBA, K.

Original Title

Current-Mode Precision Full-Wave Rectifier Using Two WTA Cells

English Title

Current-Mode Precision Full-Wave Rectifier Using Two WTA Cells

Type

multimedia

Language

en

Original Abstract

In this paper a fully CMOS implementation of current-mode full-wave precision rectifier is presented. The structure is generally based on the recently presented Lazzaros winner-takes-all (WTA) circuit. The rectifier has been implemented using the 0.35 um CMOS technology and its behavior verified by SPICE. The simulation results shown feasibility to process signals of frequencies up to 20 MHz.

English abstract

In this paper a fully CMOS implementation of current-mode full-wave precision rectifier is presented. The structure is generally based on the recently presented Lazzaros winner-takes-all (WTA) circuit. The rectifier has been implemented using the 0.35 um CMOS technology and its behavior verified by SPICE. The simulation results shown feasibility to process signals of frequencies up to 20 MHz.

Keywords

Analog signal processing, instrumentation, measurement, current-mode, precision full-wave rectifier, WTA circuit.

RIV year

2011

Released

17.08.2011

ISBN

978-1-4577-1409-2

Book

Proc. 34th Int. Conf. Telecommunications and Signal Processing (TSP)

Pages from

324

Pages to

327

Pages count

4

Documents

BibTex


@misc{BUT73235,
  author="Jaroslav {Koton} and Abhirup {Lahiri} and Norbert {Herencsár} and Kamil {Vrba}",
  title="Current-Mode Precision Full-Wave Rectifier Using Two WTA Cells",
  annote="In this paper a fully CMOS implementation of current-mode full-wave precision rectifier is presented. The structure is generally based on the recently presented Lazzaros winner-takes-all (WTA) circuit. The rectifier has been implemented using the 0.35 um CMOS technology and its behavior verified by SPICE. The simulation results shown feasibility to process signals of frequencies up to 20 MHz.",
  booktitle="Proc. 34th Int. Conf. Telecommunications and Signal Processing (TSP)",
  chapter="73235",
  howpublished="online",
  year="2011",
  month="august",
  pages="324--327",
  type="multimedia"
}