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Design of Low-Power Active High-Pass Filter Using Operational Transconductance Amplifier

  • Sharil Nivitha RodriguesEmail author
  • P. S. Sushma
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering book series (LNEE, volume 614)

Abstract

The circuits which consume very low power are on high demand in recent years. It is a key challenge to the circuit developer to design a circuit which results in very low-power consumption. In this paper, active high-pass filters are designed which operates at low voltage and also has very low-power consumption. The filters are designed in Cadence Virtuoso tool using 180 nm CMOS technology at the supply of 1.6 V. Gain and cut-off frequency of the designed filters are determined.

Keywords

Active high-pass filter Gate OTA Series–parallel technique Low power Cut-off frequency 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of ECENMAM Institute of TechnologyNitteIndia
  2. 2.REVA UniversityYelahankaIndia

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