Low-voltage bandgap reference design utilizing Schottky diodes


As semiconductor device geometries continue to shrink, the corresponding voltage applied across the processed devices must also be reduced. Therefore reference voltages used in integrated circuits will need to be reduced as well. A typical bandgap reference (BGR) voltage generator uses PN junction diodes or PNP BJT's to bias the reference. The forward bias… (More)


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@article{Butler2005LowvoltageBR, title={Low-voltage bandgap reference design utilizing Schottky diodes}, author={D. Butler and R. J. Baker}, journal={48th Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems, 2005.}, year={2005}, pages={1794-1797 Vol. 2} }