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Universal tunable current-mode biquad employing distributed feedback structure with MO-CCCII

Originální název

Universal tunable current-mode biquad employing distributed feedback structure with MO-CCCII

Anglický název

Universal tunable current-mode biquad employing distributed feedback structure with MO-CCCII

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

One possible application of the multiple-output electronically-tunable active building block as a universal filter with distributed feedback structure is presented. The suggested structure is less conventional than the well-known state-variable Kerwin-Huelsman-Newcomb but allows the same filter configurations with the similar properties. The major current-mode design approach disadvantage, ie, the necessity of multiple current outputs, is demonstrated. To date even a rather big line of the commercially available devices do not solve this problem. Some features of the active block used for modelling and transistor-level simulation are briefly discussed. The obvious chance for electronic tuning of the proposed filter is verified.

Anglický abstrakt

One possible application of the multiple-output electronically-tunable active building block as a universal filter with distributed feedback structure is presented. The suggested structure is less conventional than the well-known state-variable Kerwin-Huelsman-Newcomb but allows the same filter configurations with the similar properties. The major current-mode design approach disadvantage, ie, the necessity of multiple current outputs, is demonstrated. To date even a rather big line of the commercially available devices do not solve this problem. Some features of the active block used for modelling and transistor-level simulation are briefly discussed. The obvious chance for electronic tuning of the proposed filter is verified.

BibTex


@article{BUT47939,
  author="Roman {Šotner} and Josef {Slezák} and Tomáš {Dostál} and Jiří {Petržela}",
  title="Universal tunable current-mode biquad employing distributed feedback structure with MO-CCCII",
  annote="One possible application of the multiple-output electronically-tunable active building block as a universal filter with distributed feedback structure is presented. The suggested structure is less conventional than the well-known state-variable Kerwin-Huelsman-Newcomb but allows the same filter configurations with the similar properties. The major current-mode design approach disadvantage, ie, the necessity of multiple current outputs, is demonstrated. To date even a rather big line of the commercially available devices do not solve this problem. Some features of the active block used for modelling and transistor-level simulation are briefly discussed. The obvious chance for electronic tuning of the proposed filter is verified.",
  chapter="47939",
  journal="Journal of Electrical Engineering",
  number="1",
  volume="61",
  year="2010",
  month="february",
  pages="52--56",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}