Basic Frequency Compensation of Integrated Circuits
Monolithic IC technology puts severe limitations on the options available for frequency compensation. A major restriction is the fact that inductors of any significant value cannot be integrated, while these components play an important role in the conventional compensation practice. This leaves capacitors as the only frequency dependent element to shape the frequency response. Unfortunately, even their use is limited to small values —much smaller than demanded by classical theory.
KeywordsBipolar Transistor Phase Margin Input Stage Bode Plot Compensation Capacitor
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