A CMOS Low-Power Cross-Coupled Immittance-Converter Transimpedance Amplifier

@article{Taghavi2015ACL,
  title={A CMOS Low-Power Cross-Coupled Immittance-Converter Transimpedance Amplifier},
  author={Mohammad H. Taghavi and Leonid Belostotski and J. W. Haslett},
  journal={IEEE Microwave and Wireless Components Letters},
  year={2015},
  volume={25},
  pages={403-405}
}
This letter presents a low-power transimpedance amplifier (TIA) that employs an immittance converter, which provides both a negative input resistance to increase the input pole frequency and a negative inductance to improve the circuit stability. These allow for a significant bandwidth enhancement with low power consumption. Two TIAs, TIA1 with 6 GHz and TIA2 with 8.8 GHz 3 dB bandwidths, were fabricated in a standard 0.13- μm CMOS technology and were designed to operate with a 250 fF… CONTINUE READING
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