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Current conveyors in non-linear circuits

MIŠUREC, J.

Originální název

Current conveyors in non-linear circuits

Anglický název

Current conveyors in non-linear circuits

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

In the area of analog techniques and primary processing of analog signals in the last decade, some authors have focused on circuits with current or voltage conveyors. Most of them have concentrated on filters with current conveyors, their design and properties, different connections, sensitivity analysis, etc. The present paper is devoted to the basic theoretical description of non-linear circuits with CCII+/- current conveyors in non-filter applications. The basic connections of circuits with current conveyors are chosen, in which a non-linear three-pole is considered, and the functional relations of these connections are established. The applications of non-linear circuits given in the paper are half-wave and full-wave precise rectifiers, which are an analogy to precise measuring rectifiers with operational amplifiers. Rectifiers with current conveyors operating in the current mode can exhibit some positive properties. Only the basic connections are given and the basic functional computer simulations are made here. The active element chosen for the practical rectifier realization was an appropriately connected OTA amplifier. In conclusion, some measurement results are given.

Anglický abstrakt

In the area of analog techniques and primary processing of analog signals in the last decade, some authors have focused on circuits with current or voltage conveyors. Most of them have concentrated on filters with current conveyors, their design and properties, different connections, sensitivity analysis, etc. The present paper is devoted to the basic theoretical description of non-linear circuits with CCII+/- current conveyors in non-filter applications. The basic connections of circuits with current conveyors are chosen, in which a non-linear three-pole is considered, and the functional relations of these connections are established. The applications of non-linear circuits given in the paper are half-wave and full-wave precise rectifiers, which are an analogy to precise measuring rectifiers with operational amplifiers. Rectifiers with current conveyors operating in the current mode can exhibit some positive properties. Only the basic connections are given and the basic functional computer simulations are made here. The active element chosen for the practical rectifier realization was an appropriately connected OTA amplifier. In conclusion, some measurement results are given.

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BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT27880,
  author="Jiří {Mišurec}",
  title="Current conveyors in non-linear circuits",
  annote="In the area of analog techniques and primary processing of analog signals in the last decade, some authors have focused on circuits with current or voltage conveyors. Most of them have concentrated on filters with current conveyors, their design and properties, different connections, sensitivity analysis, etc. The present paper is devoted to the basic theoretical description of non-linear circuits with CCII+/- current conveyors in non-filter applications. The basic connections of circuits with current conveyors are chosen, in which a non-linear three-pole is considered, and the functional relations of these connections are established. The applications of non-linear circuits given in the paper are half-wave and full-wave precise rectifiers, which are an analogy to precise measuring rectifiers with operational amplifiers. Rectifiers with current conveyors operating in the current mode can exhibit some positive properties. Only the basic connections are given and the basic functional computer simulations are made here. The active element chosen for the practical rectifier realization was an appropriately connected OTA amplifier. In conclusion, some measurement results are given.",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the 12th IFIP International Conference",
  chapter="27880",
  edition="2007",
  year="2007",
  month="september",
  pages="1--9",
  type="conference paper"
}