Publication detail

New modular current devices for true current mode signal processing

PROKOP, R. MUSIL, V.

Original Title

New modular current devices for true current mode signal processing

Czech Title

Nové modulární součástky pro proudové zpracování signálu

English Title

New modular current devices for true current mode signal processing

Type

journal article

Language

en

Original Abstract

A CMOS07 technology chip was designed and manufactured containing building blocks allowing simple and fast modular design of the new devices CDTA and CCTA, specially developed for current mode analog signal processing as well as many other functional circuits. The blocks as the current conveyors, differential current amplifiers and transconductance stage were produced at the chip. Measurement results are introduced and discussed in this paper

Czech abstract

Navržen a realizován čip se základními stavebními bloky pro snadný a rychlý návrh obvodů pro proudové zpracování signálu

English abstract

A CMOS07 technology chip was designed and manufactured containing building blocks allowing simple and fast modular design of the new devices CDTA and CCTA, specially developed for current mode analog signal processing as well as many other functional circuits. The blocks as the current conveyors, differential current amplifiers and transconductance stage were produced at the chip. Measurement results are introduced and discussed in this paper

Keywords

Analog signal processing, modern active blocks

RIV year

2007

Released

19.09.2007

Publisher

TU Sofia

Location

Sofia

Pages from

36

Pages to

42

Pages count

7

BibTex


@article{BUT44167,
  author="Roman {Prokop} and Vladislav {Musil}",
  title="New modular current devices for true current mode signal processing",
  annote="A CMOS07 technology chip was designed and manufactured containing building blocks allowing simple and fast modular design of the new devices CDTA and CCTA, specially developed for current mode analog signal processing as well as many other functional circuits. The blocks as the current conveyors, differential current amplifiers and transconductance stage were produced at the chip. Measurement results are introduced and discussed in this paper",
  address="TU Sofia",
  chapter="44167",
  institution="TU Sofia",
  journal="Electronics",
  number="4",
  volume="16",
  year="2007",
  month="september",
  pages="36--42",
  publisher="TU Sofia",
  type="journal article"
}