Low Voltage CMOS Current and Voltage References without Resistors

@article{Falconi2007LowVC,
  title={Low Voltage CMOS Current and Voltage References without Resistors},
  author={Christian Falconi and Arnaldo D'Amico and Giuseppe Scotti and Alessandro Trifiletti},
  journal={2007 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems},
  year={2007},
  pages={1907-1910}
}
The authors describe low voltage current and voltage references which only use MOSFETs in strong inversion and pnp substrate transistors; both the references exhibit very good performance in terms of power supply rejection and do not require compensation capacitances; the minimum supply voltage is about 0.8V for the current reference and 1.2V for the voltage reference. 
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