Publication detail

Bulk Driven Offset Compensation for Continuous Time Opamp Operation

PROKOP, R., NOVÁK, P., MUSIL, V.

Original Title

Bulk Driven Offset Compensation for Continuous Time Opamp Operation

Czech Title

Bulk-driven kompenzace ofsetu spojitě pracujícího operačního zesilovače

English Title

Bulk Driven Offset Compensation for Continuous Time Opamp Operation

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Operational amplifier offset compensation is usually solved as a switched circuit that works in two phases. In the first phase the opamp compensates itself and in the second phase it normally works. Disadvantage of the type of compensation is impossibility to work continuously when application demands it.

Czech abstract

Kompenzace ofsetu operačního zesilovačeje obvykle řešena jako spínaný obvod který pracuje ve dvou fázích. Nevýhodou takového řešení je nvhodnost tohoto obvodu pro analogové spojitě pracující obvody. MOžné řešení přináší tento příspěvek.

English abstract

Operational amplifier offset compensation is usually solved as a switched circuit that works in two phases. In the first phase the opamp compensates itself and in the second phase it normally works. Disadvantage of the type of compensation is impossibility to work continuously when application demands it.

Keywords

Operational amplifier offset compensation, bulk-driven techniques

RIV year

2006

Released

20.09.2006

Publisher

TU-SOFIA

Location

Sofia

ISBN

954-438-565-7

Book

Proceedings of the Fifteenth International Scientific and Applied Science Conference

Pages from

26

Pages to

29

Pages count

4

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT24899,
  author="Roman {Prokop} and Petr {Novák} and Vladislav {Musil}",
  title="Bulk Driven Offset Compensation for Continuous Time Opamp Operation",
  annote="Operational amplifier offset compensation is usually solved as a switched circuit that works in two phases. In the first phase the opamp compensates itself and in the second phase it normally works. Disadvantage of the type of compensation is impossibility to work continuously when application demands it.",
  address="TU-SOFIA",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the Fifteenth International Scientific and Applied Science Conference",
  chapter="24899",
  institution="TU-SOFIA",
  year="2006",
  month="september",
  pages="26",
  publisher="TU-SOFIA",
  type="conference paper"
}