A 2.7-V elliptical MOSFET-only g/sub m/C-OTA filter

@inproceedings{Lindfors2000A2E,
  title={A 2.7-V elliptical MOSFET-only g/sub m/C-OTA filter},
  author={Saska Lindfors and Kari Halonen and Mohammed Ismail},
  year={2000}
}
The g/sub m/C-operational transconductance amplifier (OTA) technique relaxes transconductor output swing and dc-gain requirements, which makes it a suitable candidate for low-voltage circuits. To reduce the power consumption of OTA's, an excess phase shift compensation with an automatic tuning circuit is used. A floating triode-region transconductor with a novel biasing to compensate the effect of channel-length modulation is presented. The two independent common-mode levels in a g/sub m/C-OTA… CONTINUE READING

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