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A 1.25-V micropower Gm-C filter based on FGMOS transistors operating in weak inversion

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3 Author(s)
Rodriguez-Villegas, E. ; Dept. of Electr. & Electron. Eng., Imperial Coll. of Sci., London, UK ; Yufera, A. ; Rueda, A.

This paper presents a novel linearized transconductor architecture working at 1.25 V in a 0.8-μm CMOS technology with very low power consumption. The special features of the floating-gate MOS (FGMOS) transistor are combined in weak and strong inversion leading to a simplified topology with fewer stacked transistors and a very low noise floor. The design methodology is thoroughly explained, together with the advantages and disadvantages of working with the FGMOS transistor. Furthermore, second-order effects arising from nonideal behavior of the device are analyzed and limits for the performance are established. Experimental results from a second-order low-pass/bandpass filter that was implemented using the transconductor show a tunability of over one and a half decades in the audio range, a dynamic range of over 62 dB, and a maximum power consumption of 2.5 μW. These results demonstrate the suitability of the FGMOS transistor for implementing analog continuous-time filters, while at the same time pushing down the voltage limits of process technologies and simplifying the circuit topologies to obtain significant power savings.

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Solid-State Circuits, IEEE Journal of  (Volume:39 ,  Issue: 1 )

Date of Publication:

Jan. 2004

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