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A novel multi-output current amplifier exhibiting independent electronically controllable gains is proposed. The new device provides a cost-efficient and low-power solution to filter designs. While multi-output devices are often employed to reduce active components within the filters, the proposed device conserves the independent tuning characteristics. Current-mode two-integrator-loop filter topologies are considered as the demonstrating examples. The experimental results obtained from a 0.18 m complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) process are provided.