A high performance current mirror for low voltage designs

@inproceedings{Rajput2006AHP,
  title={A high performance current mirror for low voltage designs},
  author={S. S. Rajput and S. S. Jamuar},
  year={2006}
}
A novel current mirror, having high input and output voltage wing capabiliy and which can operate at 31.0 V supply, is proposed P-SPICE simulations confirm the input current range of I ,u4 to 500 ,u4 with 2 GHz bandwidth, Resistive and capacitive compensation are introduced to increase the bandwidth. 

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