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5, and the transconductance in Fig. 13(b) is tuned by the different size ratio of β1/β3. The transconductor using adaptive biasing is shown in Fig. 6, and the transconductance in Fig. 13(c) is tuned by the different compensating tail current, IC. Fig. 14. Shows the simulation result of the proposed technique and other techniques. Fig. 14(a) is the full plot of the different linearization techniques. From Fig. 14(b) it can be easily seen that the linearity achieved by the newly proposed technique is better than all other implementations.
6. This is a standard-cell based design. 5 μm2. Wiring between cells was executed using the first to the third metal layers while avoiding the aperture area of the photodiode cell. Such optically reconfigurable logic block design is based on a standard cell design, except for custom designs of transmission gate cells and photodiode cells. 0 μm vertical intervals. 3 Optically reconfigurable switching matrix Similarly, optically reconfigurable switching matrices are optically reconfigurable. The block diagram of the optically reconfigurable switching matrix is portrayed in Fig.
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Advances in Solid State Circuits Technologies by P. Chu