Nabhan Khatib

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In this paper, a novel low-voltage ultra-low-power class AB current conveyor of the second generation based on folded cascode operational transconductance amplifier OTA with floating-gate differential pairs is presented. The main features of the proposed conveyor are design simplicity and rail-to-rail input voltage range at a low supply voltage of ±0.5 V.(More)
In this paper a novel low-voltage ultra-low-power differential voltage current conveyor (DVCC) based on folded cascode operational transconductance amplifier OTA with only one differential pairs floatinggate MOS transistor (FG-MOST) is presented. The main features of the proposed conveyor are: design simplicity; rail-to-rail input voltage swing capability(More)
Recently, the demand for low-voltage low-power integrated circuits design has grown dramatically. For battery-operated devices both the supply voltage and the power consumption have to be lowered in order to prolong the battery life. This paper presents an attractive approach to designing a low-voltage low-power high-precision differential-input buffered(More)
The field of low-voltage low-power CMOS technology has grown rapidly in recent years; it is an essential prerequisite particularly for portable electronic equipment and implantable medical devices due to its influence on battery lifetime. Recently, significant improvements in implementing circuits working in the low-voltage lowpower area have been achieved,(More)
This paper presents ultra-low voltage transconductor using a new bulk-driven quasi-°oatinggate technique (BD-QFG). This technique leads to signi ̄cant increase in the transconductance and the bandwidth values of the MOS transistor (MOST) under ultra-low voltage condition. The proposed CMOS structure of the transconductor is capable to work with ultra-low(More)
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