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Title: A High-Speed Low-Voltage Built-In Current Sensor
Authors: Huang, Tsung-Chu;Huang, Min-Cheng;Lee, Kuen-Jong
Contributors: 電子工程學系
Date: 1997
Issue Date: 2014-10-27T08:08:02Z
Abstract: This paper presents a high-speed low-voltage built-in current sensor. It mainly utilizes a bulk-driven current mirror as a current sensor to reduce the power supply voltage drop. Based on this technique, we develop an analytic and empirical model to design the built-in current sensor. Experimental results show that the bulk-driven built-in current sensor can have high speed and low area overhead under a low power supply voltage.
Relation: Proceedings of the 1997 3rd IEEE International Workshop on IDDQ Testing, : 90-94
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