CMOS bandgap references
Voltage references are key elements in analog and mixed-mode circuits. They determine the overall accuracy in many data-acquisition systems. The accuracy of our smart temperature sensor is also mainly dependent on the quality of its voltage reference.
KeywordsIEEE Journal Voltage Reference CMOS Technology Curvature Correction Bipolar Transistor
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