Low-power CMOS Front-end ROIC using Inverter-feedback RGC TIA for 3-D Flash LADAR Sensor

@inproceedings{Lee2018LowpowerCF,
  title={Low-power CMOS Front-end ROIC using Inverter-feedback RGC TIA for 3-D Flash LADAR Sensor},
  author={Eun-Gyu Lee and Jeffery Simon Lee and Han-Woong Choi and Kyeong-Hyeok Lee and Bang Chul Jung and Choul-Young Kim},
  year={2018}
}
This work proposes a pixel architecture for a front-end readout integrated circuit (ROIC) using an inverter-feedback regulated-cascode (RGC) transimpedance amplifier (TIA) for the focal plane array of a three-dimensional flash laser detection and ranging sensor. Although there are various TIA topologies for wideband operation, the inverterfeedback RGC structure is adopted owing to the importance of the small area and low power consumption of the array configuration. A single pixel also consists… CONTINUE READING

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