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A High Speed CMOS Current Comparator in 90 nm CMOS Process Technology

  title={A High Speed CMOS Current Comparator in 90 nm CMOS Process Technology},
  author={Adyasha Rath and Sushanta K. Mandal and Subhrajyoti Das and Sweta Padma Dash},
In this paper a current mode comparator is presented, more aptly can be called as the "Current Comparator". The proposed circuit consists of a current differencing stage which accepts two current inputs where one is the reference current and the other is the input current. The comparator stage outputs a rail-to-rail voltage depending on the difference of the two currents. Simulation of the proposed design is carried out in Cadence using EDA tool in 90nm technology. The operating speed of the… 
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