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Equations 3-27 and 3-28 also show that both Gm+ and Gm- are equal, hence maintaining the truly fully differential nature of the circuit even when transistors enter into the saturation-mode of operation. Chapter 3 48 Figure 3-3. Layout of the transconductor shown in Fig. 3-2. 3 Simulations Results In order to assess the performance of the circuit, both transconductors (Figs. 8V. For the transconductor in Fig. 36µm. 36µm. Note that all the used transistors are digital core transistors with channel lengths of no more than double the feature size of the process.
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The circuit also eliminates the need for a third op-amp or a common-mode extraction circuit, which will save power and area. The transconductor is shown in Fig. 3-2. The positive input stage is comprised of M1, M5, and M9, while the negative input stage is comprised of M2, M6, and M10. Both the positive and negative input stages are identical. M3, M7, and M11 are identical to M1, M5, and M9 respectively, while M4, M8, and M12 are identical to M2, M6, and M10 respectively. Since transistors M1 and M5 are connected in a cascode configuration as well as transistors M3 and M7, and assuming that M5 and M7 are operating in the saturation-mode (a condition that could be met by properly sizing M9, M10, M11, and M12), the output impedance at the drains of both M5 and M7 will be substantially high.
Adaptive Techniques for Mixed Signal System on Chip (The International Series in Engineering and Computer Science) by Ayman Fayed