Realization of first-order current-mode filters with low number of mos transistors
MetadataShow full item record
CitationYüce, E., Minaei, S., Herencsar, N., & Koton, J. (2013). Realization of first-order current-mode filters with low number of mos transistors. Journal of Circuits Systems and Computers, 22(1), 14p. https://dx.doi.org/10.1142/S0218126612500715
In this paper, a new current-mode (CM) circuit for realizing all of the first-order filter responses is suggested. The proposed configuration contains low number of components, only two NMOS transistors both operating in saturation region, two capacitors and two resistors. Major advantages of the presented circuit are low voltage, low noise and high linearity. The proposed filter circuit can simultaneously provide both inverting and non-inverting first-order low-pass, high-pass and all-pass filter responses. Computer simulation results achieved through SPICE tool and experimental results are given as examples to demonstrate performance and effectiveness of the proposed topology.