Analog circuits with high-gain topologies using a-GIZO TFTs on glass Bahubalindruni,PG en Silva,B en Vítor Grade Tavares en Barquinha,P en Cardoso,N en Guedes De Oliveira,P en Martins,R en Fortunato,E en 2018-01-16T16:35:21Z 2018-01-16T16:35:21Z 2015 en
dc.description.abstract This paper presents analog building blocks that find potential applications in display panels. A buffer (source-follower), subtractor, adder, and high-gain amplifier, employing only n-type enhancement amorphous gallium-indium-zinc-oxide thin-film transistors (a-GIZO TFTs), were designed, simulated, fabricated, and characterized. Circuit simulations were carried out using a neural model developed in-house from the measured characteristics of the transistors. The adder-subtractor circuit presents a power consumption of 0.26 mW, and the amplifier presents a gain of 34 dB and a power consumption of 0.576 mW, with a load of 10 MO16 pF. To the authors' knowledge, this is the highest gain reported so far for a single-stage amplifier with a-GIZO TFT technology. © 2015 IEEE. en
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dc.title Analog circuits with high-gain topologies using a-GIZO TFTs on glass en
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