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Low-Voltage CMOS Operational Amplifiers

Theory, Design and Implementation

Sakurai, Satoshi, Ismail, Mohammed

1995, XIX, 254 p.

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Low-Voltage CMOS Operational Amplifiers: Theory, Design and Implementation discusses both single and two-stage architectures. Opamps with constant-gm input stage are designed and their excellent performance over the rail-to-rail input common mode range is demonstrated.
The first set of CMOS constant-gm input stages was introduced by a group from Technische Universiteit, Delft and Universiteit Twente, the Netherlands. These earlier versions of circuits are discussed, along with new circuits developed at the Ohio State University. The design, fabrication (MOSIS Tiny Chips), and characterization of the new circuits are now complete.
Basic analog integrated circuit design concepts should be understood in order to fully appreciate the work presented. However, the topics are presented in a logical order and the circuits are explained in great detail, so that Low-Voltage CMOS Operational Amplifiers can be read and enjoyed by those without much experience in analog circuit design.
It is an invaluable reference book, and may be used as a text for advanced courses on the subject.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » CMOS - analog - analog circuit design - integrated circuit - simulation

Related subjects » Circuits & Systems - Electronics & Electrical Engineering

Table of contents 

Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Operational Amplifiers in 3-V Supply. 3. Constant-gm Input Stages, Kn = Kp. 4. Robust Bias Circuit Techniques. 5. Constant-gm Input Stages, Kn NOT= Kp. 6. Rail-to-Rail Output Stages. 7. Single-Stage Operational Amplifiers. 8. Two-Stage Operational Amplifiers. 9. Silicon Implementations. 10. Conclusion and Future Work. A. MOSIS 2mum P-well Process Parameters. B. Circuit Netlists Used for Simulation. C. Measurement Techniques. Index.

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