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Comparative performance study of multiple-input Bulk-driven and multiple-input Bulk-driven Quasi-floating-gate DDCCs

KHATEB, F. KULEJ, T. KUMNGERN, M. JAIKLA, W. KUMAR RANJAN, R.

Originální název

Comparative performance study of multiple-input Bulk-driven and multiple-input Bulk-driven Quasi-floating-gate DDCCs

Anglický název

Comparative performance study of multiple-input Bulk-driven and multiple-input Bulk-driven Quasi-floating-gate DDCCs

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en

Originální abstrakt

This brief presents a comparative performance study of two recently presented techniques, the multiple-input bulk-driven (MI-BD) and the multiple-input bulk-driven quasi-floating-gate (MI-BD-QFG) MOS transistors (MOST). These techniques offer simplified CMOS structures of specific active elements and ensure near rail-to-rail operation capability under extremely low-voltage supply and reduced power consumption. However, to clarify the pros and cons of each technique, two Differential Difference Current Conveyors (DDCC) using MI-BD and MI-BD-QFG are compared. For the purpose of comparison, theoretical analysis such as small-signal model, open-loop gain, terminal resistances, gain bandwidth product, input referred thermal noise and maximum input range of the DDCCs are included. Furthermore, in order to provide a fair performance comparison both of the DDCCs is supplied with 0.4 V and consume same power 140 nW. The DDCCs were fabricated in a standard n-well 0.18 µm CMOS process from TSMC and hence the results are confirmed theoretically and experimentally.

Anglický abstrakt

This brief presents a comparative performance study of two recently presented techniques, the multiple-input bulk-driven (MI-BD) and the multiple-input bulk-driven quasi-floating-gate (MI-BD-QFG) MOS transistors (MOST). These techniques offer simplified CMOS structures of specific active elements and ensure near rail-to-rail operation capability under extremely low-voltage supply and reduced power consumption. However, to clarify the pros and cons of each technique, two Differential Difference Current Conveyors (DDCC) using MI-BD and MI-BD-QFG are compared. For the purpose of comparison, theoretical analysis such as small-signal model, open-loop gain, terminal resistances, gain bandwidth product, input referred thermal noise and maximum input range of the DDCCs are included. Furthermore, in order to provide a fair performance comparison both of the DDCCs is supplied with 0.4 V and consume same power 140 nW. The DDCCs were fabricated in a standard n-well 0.18 µm CMOS process from TSMC and hence the results are confirmed theoretically and experimentally.

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@article{BUT157164,
  author="Fabian {Khateb}",
  title="Comparative performance study of multiple-input Bulk-driven and multiple-input Bulk-driven Quasi-floating-gate DDCCs",
  annote="This brief presents a comparative performance study of two recently presented techniques, the multiple-input bulk-driven (MI-BD) and the multiple-input bulk-driven quasi-floating-gate (MI-BD-QFG) MOS transistors (MOST). These techniques offer simplified CMOS structures of specific active elements and ensure near rail-to-rail operation capability under extremely low-voltage supply and reduced power consumption. However, to clarify the pros and cons of each technique, two Differential Difference Current Conveyors (DDCC) using MI-BD and MI-BD-QFG are compared. For the purpose of comparison, theoretical analysis such as small-signal model, open-loop gain, terminal resistances, gain bandwidth product, input referred thermal noise and maximum input range of the DDCCs are included. Furthermore, in order to provide a fair performance comparison both of the DDCCs is supplied with 0.4 V and consume same power 140 nW. The DDCCs were fabricated in a standard n-well 0.18 µm CMOS process from TSMC and hence the results are confirmed theoretically and experimentally.",
  address="ELSEVIER GMBH, URBAN & FISCHER VERLAG",
  chapter="157164",
  doi="10.1016/j.aeue.2019.06.003",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="ELSEVIER GMBH, URBAN & FISCHER VERLAG",
  number=", IF: 2.853",
  volume="108",
  year="2019",
  month="may",
  pages="19--28",
  publisher="ELSEVIER GMBH, URBAN & FISCHER VERLAG",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}