Design of an Elliptic Filter Using Multiple-Loop Feedback Structure in CMOS Technology for Analogue Signal Processing
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- IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference, 2017, 2017-June
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© 2017 IEEE. Design of high-performance continuous- time filter (CTF) for analogue signal processing is presented in this paper. To demonstrate of using a novel voltage-mode multiple-loop feedback (MLF) approach for CTF design, a 5th-order elliptic lowpass filter (LPF) is implemented in a standard 0.18-μm CMOS technology. The LPF is based on an inverse-follow-the-leader feedback structure with an input distribution network to generate the required transmission zeros. The LPF consumes 35 mA from a single 1.8 V power supply and it has a cut-off frequency of 30 MHz with less than 0.7 dB passband ripple and more than 60 dB stopband attenuation. In addition, a 65 dB dynamic range is achieved.
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