A High Q Gm-C Filter with On-Chip Automatic Tuning Circuit Implemented in Nano-Scale CMOS Process
A fourth-order Butterworth band-pass filter whose Q value is greater than 10 implemented in nanoscale CMOS process, is presented. The center frequency can be switched by an external switch. The filter integrates a Q-tuning scheme and a frequency tuning scheme. The Q-tuning scheme has a high accuracy based on the LMS algorithm. The basic block OTA in the filter takes advantage of the dynamic source degeneration technique, which could improve the input linearity range. The pass bandwidth is 260 kHz, the adjacent channel rejection is greater than 30 dB, and the max power consumption is only 7.9 mW.
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Document Type: Short Communication
Publication date: September 1, 2014
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