On the Design of a Highly Linear CMOS Programmable Transconductor
by Elamien, Mohamed
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This book presents a novel highly linear CMOS digitally programmable operational transconductor amplifier (DPOTA) circuit. Two versions of the proposed DPOTA are optimized. The first version is optimized for high-frequency operation with current division networks (CDNs) designated to 3-bit control code words. On the other hand, the second version is optimized for low-frequency operation with 4-bit control code words. Moreover, this book presents two complete systems based on the proposed DPOTA. The first system is the multi-standard receiver analog baseband chain which provides a variable gain from 0 dB to 70 dB, and in-band IIP3 of 21.9 dBm. The second system is the analog front end for the biopotential signals detection systems. Finally, A novel 100 Hz-12 MHz low-pass filter based on both versions of the proposed DPOTA is also proposed. This low-pass filter is suitable for low, medium and high-frequency applications.
Mohamed B. Elamien was born in Elgadarif, Sudan, in 1993. He received the BSc and MSc degrees with the highest honors in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from University of Sharjah in 2015 and 2017, respectively. His research involves the analog circuits design for communication and biomedical applications.
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
24 July 2017
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