A 5V Dynamic Class-C Paralleled Single-Stage Amplifier with Near-Zero Dead-Zone Control and Current-Redistributive Rail-to-Rail Gm-Boosting Technique

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One of the most key analog blocks in VLSI is probably the buffer amplifier dedicated to driving large off-chip loads. However, achieving fast settling-time and high output current drivability over a wide input voltage range has been challenging with low quiescent current (I_{Q}) consumption. In energy-efficient amplifier designs, many technical breakthroughs have been made to enhance slew-rate (SR) [1] -[5] and wide unity-gain bandwidth (GBW) [4] -[6], thus far. However, prior efforts of [1], [2], [4] -[6] might be impractical to use in high-voltage (\ge 5\mathrm{V}) actuators and flat-panel displays due to their limited (no rail-to-rail) input range with low supply voltage. Despite obtaining good SR and GBW, the works of [1] -[3] allowed a considerable overshoot in transient response, which can impose sudden voltage stress on the load. Besides, complex stability compensation in a three-stage amplifier [6] inherently restrains achieving high SR. To overcome such technical limits with optimal transient response, this paper presents a low - \mathrm{I}_{Q} ultra-high-SR amplifier with rail-to-rail transconductance (G_{m}) - boosting technique.
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Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
Issue Date
2021-02-13
Language
English
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2021 IEEE International Solid- State Circuits Conference, ISSCC 2021, pp.86 - 88

ISSN
0193-6530
DOI
10.1109/isscc42613.2021.9365959
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http://hdl.handle.net/10203/281695
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EE-Conference Papers(학술회의논문)
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