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Integrated universal biquad based on triple-output OTAs and using digitally programmable zeros

Integrated universal biquad based on triple-output OTAs and using digitally programmable zeros
Integrated universal biquad based on triple-output OTAs and using digitally programmable zeros
The authors describe how triple-output OTAs facilitate the development of a new current-mode universal biquad configuration capable of generating various filter transfer functions using digitally programmable zeros. This is achieved without excessive use of active devices and without changing the biquad topology. The biquad zeros may be independently programmed using four switches producing the following filtering functions: LP, HP, BP, BR, AP, and lowpass notch. Further advantages of the biquad are (W0 and Q) electroinc tunability, low sensitivity and ease of design. Fabricated in a 0.8um double-metal, double-poly CMOS process, the universal biquad occupies an active chip area of 0.6 mm2. For demonstration purposes, simulated and measured results of voltage tunable lowpass and bandpass filters over the frequency range of 0.7MHz to 8MHz are included.
IEE Proceedings: Circuits, Devices and Systems
AL-HASHIMI, B.M.
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AL-HASHIMI, B.M., DUDEK, F., MONIRI, M. and LIVING, J. (1998) Integrated universal biquad based on triple-output OTAs and using digitally programmable zeros

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The authors describe how triple-output OTAs facilitate the development of a new current-mode universal biquad configuration capable of generating various filter transfer functions using digitally programmable zeros. This is achieved without excessive use of active devices and without changing the biquad topology. The biquad zeros may be independently programmed using four switches producing the following filtering functions: LP, HP, BP, BR, AP, and lowpass notch. Further advantages of the biquad are (W0 and Q) electroinc tunability, low sensitivity and ease of design. Fabricated in a 0.8um double-metal, double-poly CMOS process, the universal biquad occupies an active chip area of 0.6 mm2. For demonstration purposes, simulated and measured results of voltage tunable lowpass and bandpass filters over the frequency range of 0.7MHz to 8MHz are included.

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Published date: June 1998
Additional Information: Address: UK
Organisations: Electronic & Software Systems

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Local EPrints ID: 251351
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/251351
PURE UUID: 7ac123da-7f4e-4e87-8263-376b174bb8c9

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Date deposited: 16 Nov 1999
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 10:10

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Author: B.M. AL-HASHIMI
Author: F. DUDEK
Author: M. MONIRI
Author: J. LIVING

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