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Électronique et transmission de l ’ information LOW VOLTAGE CHARGE PUMP CIRCUIT USING 0 . 18 μ m CMOS TECHNOLOGY

@inproceedings{Wei2013lectroniqueET,
  title={{\'E}lectronique et transmission de l ’ information LOW VOLTAGE CHARGE PUMP CIRCUIT USING 0 . 18 μ m CMOS TECHNOLOGY},
  author={K. C. Wei and M. S. Amin and M. Reaz and L. F. Rahman and J. Jalil},
  year={2013}
}
  • K. C. Wei, M. S. Amin, +2 authors J. Jalil
  • Published 2013
  • An enhanced charge pump circuit utilizing charge-transfer-switch (CTS) to direct charge flow with improved voltage pumping gain is proposed in this paper. The diodeconfigured output stage limitation is managed through the pumping of output stage by the clock of improved charge pump circuit. Using Mentor Graphics, the proposed charge pump circuit is designed in 0.18 μm CMOS process. It is able to pump an input voltage of 1.8 V to a measured output of 5.95 V through 20MHz clock signal with each… CONTINUE READING
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