Low Voltage High Accurate Current Mode Analog Multiplier
Sushma.Devarapalli , I.Lavanya, , ,
The Low voltage high accurate current mode analog multiplier is a basic building block in analog signal processing. This proposed circuit is a four quadrant multiplier, designed using squarer circuit. The squarer circuit is designed based on the translinear loop principle. The major advantages of proposed design are low voltage (VDD=1V), high accurate, high bandwidth (122MHZ), less area, and small linearity error. The linearity error is obtained as 0.5%. The simulations of circuit are done in the pyxis schematic editor using Mentor graphics tool with 0.18µm standard CMOS technology.
Sushma.Devarapalli , I.Lavanya," Low Voltage High Accurate Current Mode Analog Multiplier”, International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends, Volume 3, Issue 8, August-2016, pp. 447-453
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