Analog Integrated Circuits (Jieh Tsorng Wu)

Operational ampliers with single ended outputs two

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Unformatted text preview: pMOST Input Stage 14. Operational Amplifiers with Single-Ended Outputs Two-Stage Operational Amplifier with Cascode Telescopic-Cascode Operational Amplifier Class-AB Operational Amplifier Fully Differential Operational Amplifiers Active-Cascode Telescopic Operational Amplifier Folded-Cascode Operational Amplifier Fully Differential Gain-Enhancement Auxiliary Amplifiers Current-Mirror Operational Amplifier Replica-Tail Feedback Rail-to-Rail Complementary Input Stage A Rail-to-Rail Input/Output Opamp 16. Operational Amplifiers and Their Basic Configurations Low-Voltage Multi-Stage Opamp Ideal Operational Amplifier Current-Feedback Configuration Operational Amplifier Imperfections (I) A CMOS Current-Feedback Driver Operational Amplifier Imperfections (II) A General-Purpose BJT Current-Feedback Opamps Operational Amplifier Imperfections (III) 15.Fully Differential Operational Amplifiers Operational Amplifier Imperfections (IV) Inverting Configuration Fully Balanced Circuit Topology Examples of Inverting Configuration Small-Signal Models for Differential Loading Inverting Summer Configuration Small-Signal Models for Differential Signal Sources Noninverting Configuration Switched-Capacitor Applications Common-Mode Feedback (CMFB) Switched-Capacitor Step Response A Fully Differential Two-Stage Operational Amplifier 17. Analog Switches and Sample-and-Hold Circuits CMFB Using Resistive Divider and Error Amplifier Sample-and-Hold (Track-and-Hold) Circuits CMFB Using Resistive Divider and Direct Current Injection CMFB Using Dual Differential Pairs CMFB Using Transistors in the Triode Region Switched-Capacitor CMFB Folded-Cascode Operational Amplifier Current-Mirror Operational Amplifier Current-Mirror Push-Pull Operational Amplifier MOST Switches in Sample Mode MOST Switches from Sample to Hold Mode Switching Errors in Slow-Gating MOST Switches Switching Errors in Fast-Gating MOST Switches MOST S/H Speed-Precision Tradeoff Aperture Jitter Due to the Finite Falling Time Thermal Noise in MOST S/H Charge Compensation for MOST Switches Differential Sampling Bottom-Plate Sampling Complementary Analog Switches A Differential BJT Sampling Switch A Differential BJT Sampling Switch Open-Loop MOST S/H MOST S/H Using Miller Holding Capacitor MOST S/H Using Miller Capacitor and Bottom-Plate Sampling MOST S/H Using Double Miller Capacitors Comparison with Positive-Feedback Regeneration Output Offset Storage (OOS) Multistage Output Offset Storage Input Offset Storage (IOS) Multistage Input Offset Storage MOST Comparator: Auto-Zeroing Inverter MOST Comparator: Cascaded Auto-Zeroing Inverters MOST Comparator: Preamp + Regenerative Sense Amplifier A MOST Recycling S/H MOST Comparator: Merged Preamp + Sense Amplifier Closed-Loop S/H Offset Canceled Latches: Idea Closed-Loop S/H with Improved tslew Offset Canceled Latches: Simplified Schematic Closed-Loop S/H Using Active Integrator An RC Closed-Loop S/H Offset Canceled Latches: MOST Implementation A Switched-Capacitor Closed-Loop S/H BJT Latched Comparator Charge Redistribution Sampled-Data Amplifier BJT Comparator with High-Level Latch Charge Redistribution Sampled-Data Amplifier A Sampled-Data Amplifier with Internal Offset Cancellation Charge Redistribution Summing Amplifier Operational Amplifier with Offset Compensation Sampled-Data Amplifier with CDS The Chopper Stabilization Technique A Capacitive-Reset Sampled-Data Amplifier A Chopper Operational Amplifier A Capacitive-Reset CDS Amplifier Residual Offset of Chopper Amplifier 18. Comparators and Offset Cancellation Techniques Comparators Comparator Design Considerations Comparison with Single-Pole Amplifier Comparison with Multi-Stage Cascaded Amplifier Chopper Modulation with Guard Time 19. Oscillators The Barkhausen Criteria Three-Stage Ring Oscillator Three-Stage CMOS Inverter Ring Oscillator Four-Stage Differential Ring Oscillator Differential Delay Stage Delay Variation Using Variable Resistors Delay Variation Using Positive Feedback Delay Variation Using Interpolation LC-Tuned Delay Stage LC-Tuned Ring Oscillators Colpitts Oscillator One-Port Oscillators The van der Pol Approximation Second-Order Band-Reject (BR) Filter - LowPass Notch (LPN) Second-Order Band-Reject (BR) Filter - HighPass Notch (HPN) Second-Order Band-Reject (BR) Filter - Symmetrical Notch Second-Order All-Pass (AP) Filter Maximally Flat (Butterworth) Filters Equi-Ripple (Chebyshev) Filters Elliptic (Cauer) Filters Comparison of the Classical Filter Responses A CMOS SONY Oscillator Linear-Phase (Bessel-Thomson) Filters Differential CMOS SONY Oscillators Single-Transistor Negative Resistance Generator All-Pass Filter (Delay Equalizer) Specifications Frequency Transformations Piezoelectric Crystals Crystal Oscillators Relaxation Oscillators (Multivibrators) Constant-Current Charge/Discharge Oscillators The Banu Oscillator A CMOS Relaxation Oscillator A Emitter-Coupled Multivibrator 20. Fundamentals of Analog Filters Filters Low-Pass Filter Specifications High-Pass Filter Specifications Band-Pass Filter Specifications High-Order Filters LC Ladder Filters Sensit...
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