Dipak Dahigaonkar

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This paper presents a low voltage, low power CMOS OTA that can be used in high frequency applications. The basic topology using differential input single output OTA is simulated in TSMC 90nm CMOS process technology. The simulation results indicate high bandwidth, greater than 10GHz with 0.721mW power consumption and the transconductance of -69.78dB. The(More)
A Fully differential OTA is designed and analyzed in this paper which has Transconductance of 8ms over GHz Frequency range and worked on supply voltage of 1. 4V. Previous OTAs seldom worked over 200MHz whereas, the higher frequency OTA can be used as basic building block in several RF as well as microwave applications. The performance analysis of(More)
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