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TOC Alert for Publication# 8920 2018April 23<![CDATA[Table of contents]]>654C1C4488<![CDATA[IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems - II:Express Briefs publication information]]>654C2C273<![CDATA[Design and Characterization of a 43.2-ps and PVT-Resilient TDC for Single-Photon Imaging Arrays]]>${mu }text{m}$ CMOS technology in a ${16times 8}$ array of single-photon avalanche diode-based pixels for positron emission tomography applications and thoroughly characterized.]]>6544114151064<![CDATA[An Amplified Offset Compensation Scheme and Its Application in a Track and Hold Circuit]]>$mu text{m}$ CMOS technology verify the proposed scheme.]]>654416420937<![CDATA[A Fifth-Order Butterworth OTA-C LPF With Multiple-Output Differential-Input OTA for ECG Applications]]>${mu }text{m}$ complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor technology with an area of 0.12 mm^{2}. The LPF achieved a total harmonic distortion of 49.8 dBc under a bandwidth of 50 Hz and input voltage of 86 mV$_text{pp}$ at a 1-V supply voltage. The total power dissipation is 350 nW.]]>654421425947<![CDATA[A 5-Bit 500-MS/s Asynchronous Digital Slope ADC With Two Comparators]]>6544264301526<![CDATA[Analysis and Design of Dual-Band Rectifier Using Novel Matching Network]]>6544314351161<![CDATA[A 32 Gb/s, 201 mW, MZM/EAM Cascode Push–Pull CML Driver in 65 nm CMOS]]>2. The electrical measurement result shows that the driver exhibits a differential output swing of 4 ${text V}_{text {pp}}$ at 10 Gb/s. The measured extinction ratios of the driver using the MZM and EAM are 4.53 dB and 4.17 dB, respectively, at 32 Gb/s. The power consumption is 201 mW at 32 Gb/s, which corresponds to an energy efficiency of 6.28 mW/Gb/s.]]>6544364403503<![CDATA[Enhanced Single-Stage Folded Cascode OTA Suitable for Large Capacitive Loads]]>$mu$ m CMOS process show an increase in slew rate and GBW by a factor of 30 and 15, respectively, versus the class A version using the same supply voltage and bias currents. Overhead in other performance metrics is small.]]>654441445777<![CDATA[EMI-Related Common-Mode (CM) Noise Analysis and Prediction of High-Speed Source-Series Terminated (SST) I/O Driver in System-on-Package (SOP)]]>6544464501066<![CDATA[A New Electronically Fine Tunable Grounded Voltage Controlled Positive Resistor]]>${Omega }$ to about 1370 ${Omega }$ . It can be operated properly up to a few hundreds of MHz. It has low power consumption and a wide dynamic range. It does not need any bias currents and voltages. However, its control voltage does not have the property of high input impedance and it requires some active element matching conditions. A novel second-order voltage-mode multifunction filter is given as an application example. A lot of simulation results and some experimental tests are achieved in order to verify the theory.]]>654451455879<![CDATA[Available Energy of Improper Lossy LLTIP One-Ports]]>654456460246<![CDATA[Dual-/Tri-Band Branch Line Couplers With High Power Division Isolation Using Coupled Lines]]>6544614651246<![CDATA[Designing Protograph-Based LDPC Codes for Iterative Receivers on ${M}$ -ary DCSK Systems]]>${M}$ -ary differential chaos shift keying (${M}$ -ary DCSK) systems. Due to the non-periodic and random characteristics of chaos carriers and their interaction with soft information, the conventional optimal P-LDPC codes over Bi-AWGN channels in the tandem mode may not perform well in ${M}$ -ary DCSK systems with IR. With the help of a finite-length extrinsic information transfer (EXIT) algorithm, the convergence of IR is analyzed, by which a new design principle is proposed to construct new P-LDPC codes for the ${M}$ -ary DCSK systems. Both EXIT analysis and simulated results demonstrate the superiority of the proposed P-LDPC codes.]]>654466470761<![CDATA[Event-Triggered Composite Control of a Two Time Scale System]]>654471475334<![CDATA[Observers Design for 2-D Positive Time-Delay Roesser Systems]]>654476480363<![CDATA[Performance Improvement of a Boost LED Driver With High Voltage Gain for Edge-Lit LED Backlights]]>6544814851636<![CDATA[A Single-Reference Parasitic-Matching Sensing Circuit for 3-D Cross Point PCM]]>6544864901172<![CDATA[Multi-Path Aging Sensor for Cost-Efficient Delay Fault Prediction]]>654491495998<![CDATA[A Low-Power Hybrid Adaptive CORDIC]]>6544965001153<![CDATA[A Fast Converging Normalization Unit for Stochastic Computing]]>6545015051163<![CDATA[Analysis of 3-Level Bandpass Sigma-Delta Modulators With 2-Level Output]]>654506510878<![CDATA[On the Super-Lorenz Chaotic Model for the Virtual Synchronous Generator]]>654511515683<![CDATA[A Revisit to Strictly Passive FIR Filtering]]>${H_infty }$ FIR filtering are presented. An application example for an afterburning engine model with a singular system matrix verifies the proposed filter’s higher robustness than the existing strictly passive infinite impulse response filter against quantization and uncertainty.]]>654516520426<![CDATA[A New Unbiased FIR Filter With Improved Robustness Based on Frobenius Norm With Exponential Weight]]>654521525413<![CDATA[Equiripple Approximation of Low-Pass FIR Filters]]>654526530979<![CDATA[IEEE Circuits and Systems Society Information]]>654C3C351