Bulk-driven adaptively biased OTA in 0.18 μm CMOS


A new answer for a bulk-driven ultra-low-voltage operational transconductance amplifier (OTA) is described. While implemented in an exceedingly normal 0.eighteen μm CMOS method, the circuit provides linear operation (total harmonic distortion <;onep.c) for rail-to-rail input swing and provide voltages ranging from 0.twenty five to zero.five V. The nice linearity performance is Maintained over a giant vary of transconductances and biasing currents.

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