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A 1.2 GSample/s Double-Switching CMOS THA With {- } 62 dB THD

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2 Author(s)
Dinc, H. ; Dept. of Electr. & Comput. Eng., Georgia Inst. of Technol., Atlanta, GA ; Allen, P.E.

Hold-mode feed-through is an important design problem, which plagues the classical switched-buffer track-and-hold amplifier (THA) topologies. The cross-coupled capacitor technique is a simple way of reducing hold-mode feed-through. However, the reduction in hold-mode feed-through is dependent on the matching between the cross-coupled capacitors and the inherent feed-forward capacitors. A double-switching switched-buffer THA is proposed, which has a switching input buffer. The proposed technique results in exceptional hold-mode isolation without the usage of the cross-coupled capacitor technique. Under Nyquist-rate sampling, 62 dB spurious-free-dynamic-range (SFDR), and 10 bit accuracy are achieved with input frequencies up to 800 MHz and 600 MHz respectively. Two prototype chips are designed in a 0.18 mum CMOS process. To maximize speed and dynamic range, the THA makes use of both 3.3 and 1.8 V devices, and uses 3.3 V analog supply voltage. Where necessary, 3.3 V devices cascode the 1.8 V devices for safe operation. The performance of the THA is comparable to most bipolar designs, both in speed and accuracy.

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Solid-State Circuits, IEEE Journal of  (Volume:44 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

March 2009

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