Low-voltage low-power LVDS drivers

@article{Chen2005LowvoltageLL,
  title={Low-voltage low-power LVDS drivers},
  author={Mingdeng Chen and Jos{\'e} Silva-Mart{\'i}nez and M L Nix and M. E. Robinson},
  journal={IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits},
  year={2005},
  volume={40},
  pages={472-479}
}
Two low-voltage low-power LVDS drivers used for high-speed point-to-point links are discussed. While the previously reported LVDS drivers cannot operate with low-voltage supplies, the proposed double current sources (DCS) LVDS driver and the switchable current sources (SCS) LVDS driver are suitable for low-voltage applications. Although static current consumption is greater than the minimum amount required by the signal swing, the DCS LVDS driver is simple and fast. The SCS LVDS driver, by… CONTINUE READING
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