10-MHz 60-dB dynamic-range 4th-order butterworth lowpass filter

@article{Cheung199710MHz6D,
  title={10-MHz 60-dB dynamic-range 4th-order butterworth lowpass filter},
  author={Danny Tze Leung Cheung and Klaas Bult and A. Buchwald},
  journal={Proceedings of the 23rd European Solid-State Circuits Conference},
  year={1997},
  pages={248-251}
}
A 4th-order Butterworth lowpass continuous-time filter, based on transconductance-C integrators, for applications in the videofrequency range is presented. Fabricated in a standard 0.8µm CMOS technology (MOSIS HPCMOS26G), the circuit occupies an area of 0.59mm2, including the automatic tuning circuitry, and dissipates 40- mW from a single 5V supply. A simple transconductor is utilized, which provides good linearity and high-speed properties. Experimental results of a 10-MHz, 60-dB dynamic-range… CONTINUE READING

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