A sub-1V 115nA 0.35µm CMOS voltage reference for ultra low-power applications

@article{Ma2009AS1,
  title={A sub-1V 115nA 0.35µm CMOS voltage reference for ultra low-power applications},
  author={Haifeng Ma and Feng Zhou},
  journal={2009 IEEE 8th International Conference on ASIC},
  year={2009},
  pages={1074-1077}
}
A voltage reference circuit capable of sub-1V operation and with ultra-low power consumption is introduced in this paper. In the proposed circuit, proportional-to-absolute-temperature voltage is generated by using the series-connection of two NMOS devices working in sub-threshold region and the gate-to-source voltage of another NMOS device is adopted to realize the complementary-to-absolute-temperature voltage. Moreover, the temperature compensation is performed by using a switch-capacitor… CONTINUE READING

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