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A high-swing CMOS operational amplifier topology Public Deposited

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  • A circuit topology for high-swing, high-linearity CMOS operational amplifiers has been developed. The technique uses parallel-connected p- and n-channel input pairs to realize an input common-mode voltage range nearly equal to the total power supply voltage. High linearity is achieved by summing the DC bias and AC small-signal currents so that the small voltage gain is, to a first order, constant over the full common-mode voltage range. The technique has been applied to two-stage and cascode CMOS operational amplifiers.
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