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A differential narrow-band switched capacitor filtering technique

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A new resonator loss cancellation technique is described using NMOS technology. It allows the implementation of high Q switched capacitor band-pass filters using single-stage low-gain amplifiers. The approach exchanges the amplifier high DC-gain requirement by a gain matching between amplifiers of the same resonator. A prototype sixth-order bandpass filter with center frequency of 100 kHz and a 5 kHz bandwidth was built to demonstrate the feasibility of the technique. Unloaded resonator quality factors of the order of 400 were achieved using amplifiers with a DC gain of 50.

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Solid-State Circuits, IEEE Journal of  (Volume:17 ,  Issue: 6 )