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Application of the translinear principle in digital circuits

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The translinear principle, which is useful in the design of analog integrated circuits, can also be applied to the design of digital integrated circuits. As an example of this technique, a new nonsaturating bistable element is described, which operates according to the translinear principle and which is realizable with standard bipolar integrated circuit processes. The circuit can operate over a wide range of supply current from some milliamperes down to below 1 nA.

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Solid-State Circuits, IEEE Journal of  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 4 )