Differential input urrent integrator for charge domain networks

Ruud Gal, Hans Wallinga

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Abstract

This paper presents an input structure for Charge Domain Networks. In most Charge Domain Filters two inputs are required. Therefore two complementary signal charge packets superposed on a time-invariant bias charge packet are applied to the inputs. In the presented input structure, the charge packets are realised by current integration, providing excellent linear charge-to-voltage conversion for both surface channel and buried channel Charge Coupled Devices.
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Pages164-166
Publication statusPublished - 1986

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Gal, R., & Wallinga, H. (1986). Differential input urrent integrator for charge domain networks. 164-166.
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Differential input urrent integrator for charge domain networks. / Gal, Ruud; Wallinga, Hans.

1986. 164-166.

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