Parasitic free switched capacitor composite operational amplifiers.
Raisor, Ralph C.
Fargues, Monique P.
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In this research, analog active circuits are analyzed and designed using periodic sampling techniques. Switched capacitor networks are the basis of these techniques. A parasitic free switched capacitor network is combined with composite operational amplifiers to facilitate implementation of low sensitivity, wide bandwidth, analog integrated circuits. The resulting designed network is implemented into a finite gain circuit and into a bandpass filter network. The results of these applications are compared with the results obtained from continuous circuits of the same design
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