• Computer Science
  • Published 2002

Floating-gate based trimmable current sources

@inproceedings{Shah2002FloatinggateBT,
  title={Floating-gate based trimmable current sources},
  author={Sunay Shah},
  year={2002}
}
One of the most crucial building blocks of an electronic system is the digital-to-analogue converter (DAC) which forms the interface between the digital and analogue component parts. In order to achieve the high performance required by many systems, particularly communications systems, the DAC requires careful, time consuming and expensive design and layout which increases the cost of the entire system. This design process is required to minimise the mismatches between the current sources in… CONTINUE READING

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