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Some Circuit Design Techniques for Linear Integrated Circuits

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This paper describes some novel circuit design techniques for linear integrated circuits. These techniques make use of elements which can be constructed easily in monolithic form to avoid processing difficulties or substantial yield losses in manufacturing. Methods are shown which eliminate the need for the wide variety of components and tight component tolerances usually required with discrete designs, which substitute parts which can be made simply, and which make use of special characteristics obtainable with monolithic construction.

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Circuit Theory, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:12 ,  Issue: 4 )