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  • Precision analog interfaces based on two multi-differential operational amplifier

    The methods and results of designing instrumentation amplifiers multidifferential on two operational amplifiers that significantly reduce the voltage of zero drift circuit and its transfer efficiency of the common-mode voltage. In practical terms, these methods can solve the important task of building a precision analog interface for resistive bridge sensors, which operate over a wide temperature range. Also, it is possible to use multi-bit ADC with a significantly lower reference voltage. Keywords: mixed systems on a chip, instrumentation amplifiers, common-mode signal, multidifferential DU, voltage zero drift, temperature range, multibit ADC.

    Keywords: mixed systems on a chip, instrumentation amplifiers, common-mode signal, multidifferential OA, voltage zero drift, temperature range, multibit ADC.

  • Q optimization of mm-wave LC circuits

    Сollector mm-wave load circuit of differential stages, as well as the optimization of Q-factor are considered. Optimization of the form of microstrip line in order to increase quality factor is shown. Differential line shorted at one end, at the resonant frequency in the operating mode of the standing wave. At the shorted end of the line voltage is at minimum level, while the current at the maximum, so losses are mainly due to the series resistance of the microstrip line. On the other side of the line, the current is minimized, and the voltage - maximum, so the parasitic losses associated with shunt conductance between the differential lines. This effect use for reducing line losses and increasing the Q-factor. To this end, at the shorted end of the line is necessary to increase the line width and the gap between them, and at the other end to reduce the width and gap.

    Keywords: resonant circuit, SiGe, mm-wave, BiCMOS, monolithic integrated circuit

  • Method of compensation offset voltage operational amplifiers with classical input stages based current mirrors

    Are considered method of reducing one of the most essential components of the voltage offset Uvo operational amplifiers (op-amp), executed on classical architecture with current mirrors, which is linked to the change current gain of base (β) bipolar transistors in conditions of temperature and radiation effects.
    To solve this problem in the basic architecture of op-amp is entered special corrective multipole, which will provide low-current asymmetry in coordination of input differential stage (DS). The method is applicable to op-amp, which is inexpedient to make any adjustments to the original structure of the DS. 
    The analytical expressions determining basic parameters the compensation circuits Uvo, and also shows the tabular data that simplify the choice of standard functional components of precision op-amps.  

    Keywords: microelectronics, circuit design, a differential amplifier, operational amplifier, voltage offset, temperature drift, the effect of radiation on the zero level

  • Private and mutual compensation circuits in symmetric stages CMOS operational amplifiers

      The paper discusses the features of their own circuits and mutual compensation circuitry in a differential stage in CMOS transistors. It is shown that their composition can significantly increase the differential gain in symmetric cascades with a dynamic load, significantly reduce common mode gain and extend the range of operating frequencies. As an example, the evolution of the basic concept of a symmetric stage and the results of its simulation in Cadence Virtuoso.

    Keywords: micro circuitry, structural synthesis, complex-function blocks, a differential stage, a CMOS transistor, system-on-chip