CMOS tunable linear current divider


Mensink, C.H.J. and Nauta, B. (1996) CMOS tunable linear current divider. Electronics Letters, 32 (10). pp. 889-890. ISSN 0013-5194

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Abstract:A CMOS current divider is proposed which can handle an input current as large as the bias current, i.e. the modulation depth can be 100%;. The performance of the circuit is nearly independent of transistor characteristics. Therefore the circuit is well applicable for designs in modern submicron processes. The measured divider can be tuned over more than a factor of 2
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