R. Khatri

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Reversibility plays a fundamental role when computations with minimal energy dissipation are considered. In recent years, reversible logic has emerged as one of the most important approaches for power optimization with its application in low power CMOS, optical information processing, quantum computing and nanotechnology. This research proposes a new(More)
A 2.4-GHz inductive degenerate differential narrowband low-noise amplifiers (LNAs) using 0.18um CMOS Technology are presented in this paper. The LNA is properly biased operates at 1.8 volts power supply and perfectly matched input impudence of 50 ohms. The LNA has the Noise figure <2.5dB, Gain(S21) >20dB,Input impedance (S11) <-20dB, Output impedance (S22)(More)
This paper presents a well-established Fully Differential sample & hold circuitry, implemented in 180-nm CMOS technology. In this two stage method the first stage give us very high gain and second stage gives large voltage swing. The proposed opamp provides 149MHz unity-gain bandwidth , 78 degree phase margin and a differential peak to peak output swing(More)
This brief presents an ultralow-power class-AB operational amplifier (OpAmp) designed in a low-cost 0.18-μm CMOS technology. The proposed circuit uses transistors biased in the sub threshold region for low-voltage low-power operation. For a0.8-V single supply, this OpAmp has 51-dB open-loop gain, 57-kHz unity-gain frequency, 60 • phase margin, and 65-dB(More)
This p a p e r presents a low power, h i g h g a i n and high CMRR f u l l y differential ultra-wide bandwidth operational amplifier with wide dynamic range. The design uses two-stage gain, high swing common-mode feedback, 'doublet-free' pole-zero cancelation and g m –boosting techniques to increases t h e unity gain frequency. Design and implementation(More)
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