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A Realization of a High-Frequency Monolithic Integrator with Low Power Dissipation and Its Application to an Active RC Filter
Fujihiko MATSUMOTO Yukio ISHIBASHI
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences
Publication Date: 1996/02/25
Print ISSN: 0916-8508
Type of Manuscript: Special Section PAPER (Special Section on Analog Technologies in Submicron Era)
integrated analog circuits, integrator, Miller integrator, low-voltage operation, active filter, CMRR, high-frequency,
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According as the fine LSI process technique develops, the technique to reduce power dissipation of high-frequency integrated analog circuits is getting more important. This paper describes a design of high-frequency integrator with low power dissipation for monolithic leapfrog filters. In the design of the conventional monolithic integrators, there has been a great dfficulty that a high-frequency integrator which can operate at low supply voltage cannot be realized without additional circuits, such as unbalanced-to-balanced conversion circuits and common-mode feedback circuits. The proposed integrator is based on the Miller integrator. By a PNP current mirror circuit, high CMRR is realized. However, the high-frequency characteristic of the integrator is independent of PNP transistors. In addition, it can operate at low supply voltage. The excess phase shift of the integrator is compensated by insertion of the compensation capacitance. The effectiveness of the proposed technique is confirmed by PSPICE simulation. The simulation results of the integrator shows that the common-mode gain is efficiently low and the virtual ground is realized, and that moderate phase compensation can be achieved. The simulation results of the 3rd-order leapfrog filter using the integrator shows that the 50 MHz-cutoff frequency filter is obtained. Its power dissipation in operating 2 V-supply voltage is 5.22 mW.