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0.5-V bulk-driven second-generation current conveyor

Originální název

0.5-V bulk-driven second-generation current conveyor

Anglický název

0.5-V bulk-driven second-generation current conveyor

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This paper presents a new bulk-driven second-generation current conveyor that is capable of ultra-low voltage signal processing applications. The proposed circuit operates under supply voltage of 0.5 V and also offers rail-to-rail input voltage swing. To confirm the operation of the proposed building active block, floating and grounded inductance simulations using the proposed circuits as active elements are presented. The performances of the proposed circuit are demonstrated using PSPICE simulators. The simulation result shows that the power consumption of the proposed circuit is only 4.7 uW.

Anglický abstrakt

This paper presents a new bulk-driven second-generation current conveyor that is capable of ultra-low voltage signal processing applications. The proposed circuit operates under supply voltage of 0.5 V and also offers rail-to-rail input voltage swing. To confirm the operation of the proposed building active block, floating and grounded inductance simulations using the proposed circuits as active elements are presented. The performances of the proposed circuit are demonstrated using PSPICE simulators. The simulation result shows that the power consumption of the proposed circuit is only 4.7 uW.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT112173,
  author="Montree {Kumngern} and Fabian {Khateb}",
  title="0.5-V bulk-driven second-generation current conveyor",
  annote="This paper presents a new bulk-driven second-generation current conveyor that is capable of ultra-low voltage signal processing applications. The proposed circuit operates under supply voltage of 0.5 V and also offers rail-to-rail input voltage swing. To confirm the operation of the proposed building active block, floating and grounded inductance simulations using the proposed circuits as active elements are presented. The performances of the proposed circuit are demonstrated using PSPICE simulators. The simulation result shows that the power consumption of the proposed circuit is only 4.7 uW.",
  address="IEEE",
  booktitle="2014 IEEE Symposium on Computer Applications and Industrial Electronics (ISCAIE)",
  chapter="112173",
  doi="10.1109/ISCAIE.2014.7010233",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="IEEE",
  year="2014",
  month="april",
  pages="180--183",
  publisher="IEEE",
  type="conference paper"
}