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frnds we all know that gain boosting technique enhances the gain without affecting the frequency response.But gain boosting gives rise to two doublets one due to each auxiliary amplifier.Thier frequency also affects the settling time....... also fast doublets will not affect the performance much if proper design is made according to (...)
Hello all, For the choise of the unity gain frequency of the gain boosting amplifiers we have the basic equation : β*funity,open loop,ota
with a carefully designed 1-stage folded cascode, you can achieve about 70-75dB (not far from what you need) and you could use gain boosting to gain some margin. In this case you have the advantage that you need no compensation. If you want to design a 2-stage opamp, try to read "An improved frequency compensation technique for CMOS operational
I think that regulated cascoding (as DZC said before) (unknown also by Gain boosting technique ) will provide you will high output impedance with the same headroom consumed by single transistor but with more power consumption. best regards, Rania
Carefully read the attached paper. It has been recently published and gives you the proper guideline for designing gain-boosting opamps. Recommended. OpAmp
enjoy it. Hello Guys ! I asked this article concerning the gain boost to improve settling time .The publication name your are looking for is here wrote it again "Klaas Bult The CMOS Gain-boosting technique" 1991 pp.119-135 Analog Integrared Circuits and Signal P
who has this? Would you share with me? "The CMOS gain-boosting technique", Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing archive Volume 1 , Issue 2 (October 1991) table of contents Pages: 119 - 135 Year of Publication: 1991 ISSN:0925-1030