Ultra-low power read-out integrated circuit design

@article{Chen2012UltralowPR,
  title={Ultra-low power read-out integrated circuit design},
  author={Jian Jhen Chen and George Yu-Heng Lee and Saiyu Ren},
  journal={2012 IEEE National Aerospace and Electronics Conference (NAECON)},
  year={2012},
  pages={144-148}
}
In this paper, an ultra-low power, small size CMOS read-out-integrated-circuit (ROIC) is presented. This ROIC can interface wide dynamic range signal up to six orders (100pA-6mA) from deployable sensors, such as biomedical sensors, chemical sensors etc. A high performance automatic gain control (AGC) trans-impedance amplifier (TIA), is included in this ROIC. A novel technology of sub-threshold technique is applied in this design, which can save up to 96% (from 25.2mW to 0.89mW) power… CONTINUE READING

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