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Behavioral modeling of Digitally Adjustable Current Amplifier

Originální název

Behavioral modeling of Digitally Adjustable Current Amplifier

Anglický název

Behavioral modeling of Digitally Adjustable Current Amplifier

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This article presents the digitally adjustable current amplifier (DACA) and its analog behavioral model (ABM), which is suitable for both ideal and advanced analysis of the function block using DACA as active element. There are four levels of this model, each being suitable for simulation of a certain degree of electronic circuits design (e.g. filters, oscillators, generators). Each model is presented through a schematic wiring in the simulation program OrCAD, including a description of equations representing specific functions in the given level of the simulation model. The design of individual levels is always verified using PSpice simulations. The ABM model has been developed based on practically measured values of a number of DACA amplifier samples. The simulation results for proposed levels of the ABM model are shown and compared with the results of the real measurements of the active element DACA.

Anglický abstrakt

This article presents the digitally adjustable current amplifier (DACA) and its analog behavioral model (ABM), which is suitable for both ideal and advanced analysis of the function block using DACA as active element. There are four levels of this model, each being suitable for simulation of a certain degree of electronic circuits design (e.g. filters, oscillators, generators). Each model is presented through a schematic wiring in the simulation program OrCAD, including a description of equations representing specific functions in the given level of the simulation model. The design of individual levels is always verified using PSpice simulations. The ABM model has been developed based on practically measured values of a number of DACA amplifier samples. The simulation results for proposed levels of the ABM model are shown and compared with the results of the real measurements of the active element DACA.

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@article{BUT113304,
  author="Josef {Polák} and Lukáš {Langhammer} and Jan {Jeřábek}",
  title="Behavioral modeling of Digitally Adjustable Current Amplifier",
  annote="This article presents the digitally adjustable current amplifier (DACA) and its analog behavioral model (ABM), which is suitable for both ideal and advanced analysis of the function block using DACA as active element. There are four levels of this model, each being suitable for simulation of a certain degree of electronic circuits design (e.g. filters, oscillators, generators). Each model is presented through a schematic wiring in the simulation program OrCAD, including a description of equations representing specific functions in the given level of the simulation model. The design of individual levels is always verified using PSpice simulations. The ABM model has been developed based on practically measured values of a number of DACA amplifier samples. The simulation results for proposed levels of the ABM model are shown and compared with the results of the real measurements of the active element DACA.
",
  address="International Science and Engineering Society, o.s.",
  chapter="113304",
  doi="10.11601/ijates.v4i1.104",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="International Science and Engineering Society, o.s.",
  number="1",
  volume="4",
  year="2015",
  month="march",
  pages="1--7",
  publisher="International Science and Engineering Society, o.s.",
  type="journal article"
}