This paper presents a study of Operational Transconductance Amplifiers (OTAs) for voltage to current conversion circuits. The paper includes a comparative analysis of three OTA architectures implemented in 0.35μm CMOS AMS Technology under ± 1.65V power supply voltage. The impact of the OTA topology has been investigated by simulation. The designed OTAs managed to deliver large current values of 10mA and 1mA to the load with a worst-case error of 0.02% under worst-case power supply and temperature conditions and a worst percentage error of 0.12% under process variation for both Miller Compensated and Capacitor Multiplier Compensated OTA. © 2016 AEIT.

Design of Operational Transconductance Amplifiers for voltage to current conversion in gas sensing applications

Hijazi, Z.;Caviglia, D.;Valle, M.
2016

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This paper presents a study of Operational Transconductance Amplifiers (OTAs) for voltage to current conversion circuits. The paper includes a comparative analysis of three OTA architectures implemented in 0.35μm CMOS AMS Technology under ± 1.65V power supply voltage. The impact of the OTA topology has been investigated by simulation. The designed OTAs managed to deliver large current values of 10mA and 1mA to the load with a worst-case error of 0.02% under worst-case power supply and temperature conditions and a worst percentage error of 0.12% under process variation for both Miller Compensated and Capacitor Multiplier Compensated OTA. © 2016 AEIT.
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