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Minimal Configuration Versatile Precision Full-Wave Rectifier Using Current Conveyors

KOTON, J. HERENCSÁR, N. VRBA, K.

Originální název

Minimal Configuration Versatile Precision Full-Wave Rectifier Using Current Conveyors

Anglický název

Minimal Configuration Versatile Precision Full-Wave Rectifier Using Current Conveyors

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

In this paper a precision full-wave rectifier of minimal configuration is presented. The main structure employs only single second-generation current conveyor and two diodes. It enables to process both low-voltage and low-current signals. The proposed circuit is able to rectify signals up to 500 kHz and beyond with no or small distortion. If the voltage or current biasing scheme is used the frequency range can be further extended. Using the CMOS structure of the current conveyor, the behavior of proposed full-wave rectifier has been verified by SPICE simulations. Furthermore, using the universal current conveyor UCC-N1B 0520 experimental measurements are also presented.

Anglický abstrakt

In this paper a precision full-wave rectifier of minimal configuration is presented. The main structure employs only single second-generation current conveyor and two diodes. It enables to process both low-voltage and low-current signals. The proposed circuit is able to rectify signals up to 500 kHz and beyond with no or small distortion. If the voltage or current biasing scheme is used the frequency range can be further extended. Using the CMOS structure of the current conveyor, the behavior of proposed full-wave rectifier has been verified by SPICE simulations. Furthermore, using the universal current conveyor UCC-N1B 0520 experimental measurements are also presented.

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@inproceedings{BUT35593,
  author="Jaroslav {Koton} and Norbert {Herencsár} and Kamil {Vrba}",
  title="Minimal Configuration Versatile Precision Full-Wave Rectifier Using Current Conveyors",
  annote="In this paper a precision full-wave rectifier of minimal configuration is presented. The main structure employs only single second-generation current conveyor and two diodes. It enables to process both low-voltage and low-current signals. The proposed circuit is able to rectify signals up to 500 kHz and beyond with no or small distortion. If the voltage or current biasing scheme is used the frequency range can be further extended. Using the CMOS structure of the current conveyor, the behavior of proposed full-wave rectifier has been verified by SPICE simulations. Furthermore, using the universal current conveyor UCC-N1B 0520 experimental measurements are also presented.",
  address="WSEAS Press",
  booktitle="Proc. Advances in Communications, Computers, Systems, Circuits and Devices",
  chapter="35593",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="WSEAS Press",
  year="2010",
  month="november",
  pages="111--114",
  publisher="WSEAS Press",
  type="conference paper"
}