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Ne Realizations of CMOS Current Controlled Conve ors ith ariable Current Gain and Negative Input Resistance
 

Summary: Ne Realizations of CMOS Current Controlled Conve ors ith ariable Current Gain and
Negative Input Resistance
S. M. A-Shahrani and M. A. Al-Absi
Department ofElectrical Engineering,
King Fahd University ofPetroleum and Minerals
Box 185, Dhahran 31261, Saudi Arabia saadms fupm.edu.sa
Abstract- In this paper two new second-generation
current controlled current-conveyors (CCCIls) -
based circuits are proposed. The proposed circuits
are variable gain CCCII and CCCII with negative
resistance. The design of these circuits is based
on a simple CMOS CCCII that has high bandwidth
with -3 dB cutoff frequency of 580 MHz. With no
signal mirroring used in these configurations, lower
harmonic distortion can be achieved. HSPICE
simulation results for the proposed circuits are
included.
I. Introduction
The current conveyor is considered one of the most
useful active devices for analogue signal processing.

  

Source: Al-Absi, Munir A. - Electrical Engineering Department, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals

 

Collections: Engineering