Published May 31, 1993
by Springer .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||244|
High-Performance Realizations of Continuous-Time Filters A high performance OTA-R-C lowpass filter A MHz second-order bandpass filter with programmable Q over more than 1 decade A MHz CMOS OTA-R-C bandpass filter with 68 dB dynamic range and on-chip automatic tuning --Ch. 6. General Conclusions. Series Title. low-pass continuous time filter. realization of a CMOS VCO with stable and repeatable center frequency in the MHz range. Because the desired filters are often highly selective (high Q), the power supply rejection (PSRR) is a critical problem. Finally, the feed-through of the reference signal to the output of the filter. issues of high frequency continuous-time integrated filters. Several novel circuit building blocks are introduced. A novel pseudo-differential fully balanced fully symmetric CMOS OTA architecture with inherent common-mode detection is proposed. Through judicious arrangement, the common-mode feedback circuit can be economically implemented. Integrated Video-Frequency Continuous-Time Filters: High-Performance Realizations in BiCMOS (The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science) [Willingham, Scott D., Martin, Kenneth W.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Integrated Video-Frequency Continuous-Time Filters: High-Performance Realizations in BiCMOS (The Springer International .
The center frequency of the filter is locked to an external reference frequency by a phase-locked loop. A prototype sixth-order bandpass filter with a center frequency of kHz dissipates 55 mW and occupies 4 mm/SUP 2/ in a 6-/spl mu/m CMOS technology. Integrated Video-Frequency Continuous-Time Filters: High-Performance Realizations in BiCMOS deals with what is arguably the mainstay of analog signal processing circuits. Prominent applications in computer disk-drive read channels, video receivers, rf circuits, and antialiasing and reconstruction in data converters testifies to their importance. Title: High-frequency CMOS continuous-time filters Issue: IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, vol. 19, pp. – , December Authors:Haideh Khorramabadi and Paul R. Gray. Abstract: Fully-integrated, high-frequency continuous-time filters can be realized in MOS technology using a frequency-locking approach to stabilize the time constants. Filters form important blocks in applications ranging from computer disc-drive chips to radio transceivers. In this book, we develop the theory and techniques necessary for the implementation of high frequency (hundreds of megahertz) programmable continuous time filters in standard CMOS : Shanthi Pavan, Yannis Tsividis.
High-Performance CMOS Continuous-Time Filters is devoted to the design of CMOS continuous-time filters. CMOS is employed because the most complex integrated circuits have been realized with this technology for two decades. The most important advantages and drawbacks of continuous-time filters are clearly : Springer US. The authors demonstrate the design of a complete low-power, low-voltage, high-speed, continuous-time adaptive equalizer. Finally, a cost-effective CMOS receiver which includes the proposed continuous-time adaptive equalizer is designed for Gb/s optical communications through m length, 1-mm diameter plastic optical fiber (POF). LINEARITY IMPROVEMENT TECHNIQUE FOR CMOS CONTINUOUS-TIME FILTERS BY UN-KU MOON B.S., University of Washington, M.E., Cornell University, THESIS Submitted in partial fulﬁllment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Electrical Engineering in the Graduate College of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Low-power CMOS continuous-time filters Abstract: A design technique for low-power continuous-time filters using digital CMOS technology is presented. The basic building block is a fully-balanced integrator with its unity-gain frequency determined by a small-signal transconductance and .