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THE DESIGN OF LINEAR TRANSCONDUCTANCE AMPLIFIERS UNDER LOW
ACHIEVING A LINEAR AND ACCURATE TRANSFER
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1/f noise achieved adjustable gain amplifier band-pass filter bandwidth bias condition bias current bias quantities biasing capacitive capacitors cascode CG stage chip area circuit circuitry CM voltage configuration corner frequency current consumption current efficiently current mirror Delft depicted in Figure differential pair discussed domain drain current equivalent input noise example factor feedback loop feedback path floating frequency compensation IECG amplifier impedance implementation increased influence input noise current input noise power input noise sources input noise voltage input signal input stage input voltage linearity load loop gain low-pass filter low-power low-voltage maximal microphone amplifier mismatch MOSFET noise behavior noise current source non-floating nullor offset output current output stage output terminals parameters pole possible realized reduced resistor resistor value S/Nr Section sense method shown in Figure signal quantities single-ended spectral power density summation block supply current supply voltage switching threshold level transconductance amplifier TRSC voltage source weak inversion zero