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Design of low voltage low power CMOS OP-AMPS with rail-to-rail input/output swing

S.V. Gopalaiah; A.P. Shivaprasad; S.K. Panigrahi;
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  • Published: 30 Jun 2004
  • Publisher: IEEE Comput. Soc
  • Country: India
Abstract
A novel input and output biasing circuit to extend the input common mode (CM) voltage range and the output swing to rail-to-rail in a low voltage op-amp in standard CMOS technology is presented. The input biasing circuit uses a Switched Capacitor Based Attenuator (SCBA) approach to establish rail-to-rail common mode input voltage range. And the output biasing circuit uses an Output Driver (OD), with floating bias to give the rail-to-rail swing at output stage. Three different OD schemes in operational amplifier have been proposed and tested the performance with SCBA. The simulation results justify the theoretical analysis.
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ACM Computing Classification System: Hardware_INTEGRATEDCIRCUITSHardware_ARITHMETICANDLOGICSTRUCTURESHardware_PERFORMANCEANDRELIABILITYComputingMilieux_GENERAL
free text keywords: Electrical Communication Engineering, CMOS, Input offset voltage, Operational amplifier, law.invention, law, Low voltage, Biasing, Input/output, Switched capacitor, Electronic engineering, Engineering, business.industry, business, Attenuator (electronics)
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