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Design of 1 V Opamp Using Standard Digital CMOS Technology

@inproceedings{savikas2003DesignO1,
  title={Design of 1 V Opamp Using Standard Digital CMOS Technology},
  author={Vikas Agarwal savikas},
  year={2003}
}
  • Vikas Agarwal savikas
  • Published 2003
  • This paper addresses the issues involved in designing 1V Op-amp in standard digital CMOS technology. Bulk-driving technique is used to circumvent the metal–oxide semiconductor field-effect transistor turn-on (threshold) voltage requirement. The Op-amp will be designed in a Europractice 0.7μm n-well CMOS process having threshold voltage of 0.76V and –1V for NMOS and PMOS respectively. Simple and cascode bulk driven current mirror are designed in which all transistors are operated in saturation… CONTINUE READING
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