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3-13 shows that the circuit in Fig. 3-1 offers a 50 mV differential input range, while the circuit in Fig. 3-2 offers 540 mV. At a control voltage of 1 V, Fig. 3-14 shows that the circuit in Fig. 3-1 offers a 30 mV differential input range, while the circuit in Fig. 3-2 offers 330 mV. Another advantage of the transconductor in Fig. 3-2 is the improvement in control voltage range. Figure 3-15 shows the transconductance versus control voltage for both circuits. As shown, for the circuit in Fig. 3-2, the transconductance value saturates at a higher control voltage, which is predicted by Eqs.

The reason behind that again is that there is no an on-chip universal constant that has the units of time. Even though there exist some techniques to generate an on-chip accurate time constants based on RC products4, but the most popular techniques heavily rely on an external crystal oscillator that is used in conjunction with a PLL to generate multiple frequency references. A piezoelectric crystal, such as quartz, exhibits electromechanical-resonance characteristics that are very stable with time and temperature and highly selective (having very high quality factors).

2-10b and is known as the COMFET structure, where both transistors are operating in the saturation-mode. For the COMFET structure, using Eq. 2-17 and assuming M1 and M2 are identical and ignoring the body effect (Į = 1), the differential current could be written as: Figure 2-10. (a) saturation-mode based transconductor, (b) The COMFET structure. 2. Adaptive Architectures I d1  I d 2 K / 2 Vin  2VX  VC Vin  VC  2VTO 35 (2-50) In the transconductor shown in Fig. 2-10a, and assuming that M1, M2, M3, M4, M5, and M6 are all identical, then VX and VY could be written as: VX V1 and VY 2 V2 2 (2-51) Using Eqs.

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