Introduction to VLSI Continuous-Time Current-Mode Circuit Techniques


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Introduction to VLSI Continuous-Time Current-Mode Circuit Techniques
1010601 Introduction to VLSI Continuous-Time Current-Mode Circuit TechniquesVLSI voltage-mode signal processing circuits—such as active-RC, MOS-C, and Gm-C circuits—offer a variety of integrated signal processing circuit solutions. However, in some VLSI continuous-time analog signal processing application cases, signals are represented by their current values instead of the typically used voltage values. In these applications, VLSI continuous-time current-mode (CTI) circuits provide an alternative approach to the VLSI voltage-mode signal processing operations. Two commonly used types of VLSI CTI circuits covered in this chapter are the MOS current-mirror-based …
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Hongjiang Song, Ph.D.: VLSI Analog Circuits: Algorithms, Architecture, Modeling, and Circuit Implementation, Second Edition. Introduction to VLSI Continuous-Time Current-Mode Circuit Techniques, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2017), AccessEngineering Export