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R. Fried – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • simple and accurate Voltage adder subtractor
    Electronics Letters, 1997
    Co-Authors: R. Fried

    Abstract:

    A low-power Analogue Voltage adder/subtractor is presented. It is based on the exponential characteristic of MOST when biased in weak inversion, and uses the bulk as an active terminal. <1% error is achieved over a 440 mV input range.

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  • Simple and accurate Voltage adder/subtractor
    Electronics Letters, 1997
    Co-Authors: R. Fried

    Abstract:

    A low-power Analogue Voltage adder/subtractor is presented. It is based on the exponential characteristic of MOST when biased in weak inversion, and uses the bulk as an active terminal.

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H S Abdelatyzohdy – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • simple low power Analogue mos Voltage adder
    Electronics Letters, 1999
    Co-Authors: M Alnsour, H S Abdelatyzohdy

    Abstract:

    A simple, low power, NMOS Analogue Voltage adder, suitable for VLSI implementation is presented. It is based on the inherent square law of MOS transistors operating in saturation mode. Using a 3.3 V source, the circuit’s input Voltage range is /spl plusmn/3 V, with an error less than 0.3% compared with the ideal sum of the inputs. The power consumption is <0.5 mW and THD <-36 dB for the full range of operation.

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Hoda S. Abdel-aty-zohdy – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Simple low power Analogue MOS Voltage adder
    Electronics Letters, 1999
    Co-Authors: M. Al-nsour, Hoda S. Abdel-aty-zohdy

    Abstract:

    A simple, low power, NMOS Analogue Voltage adder, suitable for VLSI implementation is presented. It is based on the inherent square law of MOS transistors operating in saturation mode. Using a 3.3 V source, the circuit’s input Voltage range is /spl plusmn/3 V, with an error less than 0.3% compared with the ideal sum of the inputs. The power consumption is

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