A CMOS analog FIR filter with low phase distortion
(2002) ESSCIRC 2002. Proceedings of the 28th European SolidState Circuit Conference In ESSCIRC 2002. Proceedings of the 28th European SolidState Circuit Conference p.747750 Abstract
 The FIR function of the proposed filter is realized by integrating weighted signal currents in a given time window on a capacitor The input signal voltage is weighted into multiple voltages according to the FIR requirement through a resistor ladder. A switching network sequentially connects the weighted voltages to a linear transconductor which converts the voltage to current and charges the capacitor. The resulting capacitor voltage becomes the filter output, periodically available between integration and reset. In such a FIR filter the hardware cost is delinked from the number of taps. The filter was implemented in a 0.35 μm CMOS process. The measured sideband attenuation reaches 60 dB while the group delay is smaller than 11 ns, with... (More)
 The FIR function of the proposed filter is realized by integrating weighted signal currents in a given time window on a capacitor The input signal voltage is weighted into multiple voltages according to the FIR requirement through a resistor ladder. A switching network sequentially connects the weighted voltages to a linear transconductor which converts the voltage to current and charges the capacitor. The resulting capacitor voltage becomes the filter output, periodically available between integration and reset. In such a FIR filter the hardware cost is delinked from the number of taps. The filter was implemented in a 0.35 μm CMOS process. The measured sideband attenuation reaches 60 dB while the group delay is smaller than 11 ns, with a power consumption of about 35 mW at 3.3 V (Less)
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 Xu, Gang ^{LU} and Yuan, Jiren ^{LU}
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 2002
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 published
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 keywords
 FIR function, low phase distortion, CMOS analog FIR filter, linear transconductor, finite impulse response filters, weighted voltages, 0.35 micron, 11 ns, 3.3 V, 35 mW, resistor ladder, switching network, weighted signal currents integration
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 ESSCIRC 2002. Proceedings of the 28th European SolidState Circuit Conference
 pages
 747  750
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 Univ. Bologna
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 ESSCIRC 2002. Proceedings of the 28th European SolidState Circuit Conference
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 8890084790
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 English
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