High Speed Analog Filters Using Scaled CMOS Technology
Data on a 7th order programmable gm-C filter in 0.35µm CMOS with 160MHz maximum pole frequency are provided. Techniques to increase the bandwidth of gm-C filters in further scaled technologies, while preserving dynamic range and accuracy, are presented. GHz passive LC filters, based on master slave tuning, are introduced.
KeywordsPhase Noise CMOS Technology Differential Pair Voltage Swing Excess Noise Factor
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