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A new compensated integrator structure with differential difference amplifier and its application to high frequency MOSFET-C filter design

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1 Author(s)
Czarnul, Z. ; Tech. Univ., Gdansk, Poland

An investigation has been made into the possibility of using differential difference amplifiers (DDA) for high frequency MOSFET-C filter design. A new concept of DDA finite gain-bandwidth product compensation with respect to integrator and lossy integrator realizations is proposed. In this approach, when a one-pole approximation model of DDA is valid, the transfer function of the MOSFET-C filter is shown to be close to the ideal one. As an example, SPICE computer simulation results of the fifth order elliptic and seventh order Chebyshev low pass MOSFET-C filters are presented which confirm the theory

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Circuit Theory and Design, 1989., European Conference on

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5-8 Sep 1989

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