Implications of Transistor Mismatch on Analog Circuit Design and System Performance
In a signal processing system several operations or computations are performed on a signal in different stages sequentially. Each of these operations have to emphasize a wanted component or property of the signal without adding too much unwanted extra components. These are due to the non-idealities of the circuit implementation compared to the specified operation. Circuit non-idealities can be divided in two groups: random and systematic errors.
KeywordsPower Consumption Analog Circuit Current Mirror Signal Processing System nMOS Transistor
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