A Highly Linear OTA with 759 μs gm for RF Transceiver Application
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- Proceedings - 2019 19th International Symposium on Communications and Information Technologies, ISCIT 2019, 2019, pp. 595 - 598
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© 2019 IEEE. This paper presents a design of a highly linear fully differential operational transconductance amplifier (OTA) in 65nm CMOS Technology Process for RF transceiver application. To improve the linearity and the output common-mode voltage of the design OTA, a cross-coupled differential pair, and differential active loading were applied, respectively. The cross-coupled differential pair was taken from a single-ended OTA and utilized to form a fully differential OTA topology with two current mirrors. The presented OTA has a constant transconductance (gm) of 759 μS at Vin of 0V, a VDD of 1.2V and is linear at input voltages of -0.5V to 0.5V. The OTA core circuit has a gain of 22.4 dB, and unity-gain bandwidth of 280 MHz at a load of 0.2 pF and control voltage of 0.5V. The output common-mode voltage is kept close to Vdd/2 of 0.6V. The final circuit layout of the transconductance core with negative resistance circuit has dimensions of 37.22 μm x 64.59 μm. This paper also presents a pseudo-differential topology OTA for comparison purposes.
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