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Synthesis of a follow-the-leader feedback switched-capacitor structure

01 Feb 1985-Vol. 132, Iss: 1, pp 18-23
TL;DR: In this article, a synthesis for switched-capacitor filters, implementing stray-insensitive biquads and based on follow-the-leader feedback topology, is presented, where design equations that directly relate the capacitances to the transfer function coefficients are derived.
Abstract: A synthesis for switched-capacitor filters, implementing stray-insensitive biquads and based on follow-the-leader feedback topology, is presented. Design equations that directly relate the capacitances to the transfer function coefficients are derived.
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20 Oct 2014

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  • ...The parametric simulation in Cadence is performed for 100 runs based on the fact that the capacitances on a single circuit are highly correlated, and that they deviate from their nominal values by random percentage of the same sign and nearly the same values [38]....

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  • ...The state-space representation is given as [38]...

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  • ...A new structure for the SC biquad was developed based on the FLF configuration, which can realize any n th -order discrete-time transfer function [38]....

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TL;DR: A technique is presented for computer-aided analysis for a class of switched-capacitor circuits that can be partitioned into elementary subnetworks that incorporates features that are specifically needed in practical SC circuits in order to produce an efficient algorithm for machine computation.
Abstract: A technique is presented for computer-aided analysis for a class of switched-capacitor (SC) circuits that can be partitioned into elementary subnetworks. This new approach is distinctly different from other published techniques, because, rather than striving for complete generality, it incorporates features that are specifically needed in practical SC circuits in order to produce an efficient algorithm for machine computation. The analysis technique is formulated in the time and frequency domains and a user-oriented program (scAP) is described that implements this technique. In addition, sensitivity analysis is also formulated for this new approach.

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