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Title: Programmable current source correction circuit
Authors: SINGH, RAMINDER J. 
BHATT, ANSUYA P. 
TAN, KHEN S. 
Issue Date: 12-Dec-1995
Source: SINGH, RAMINDER J.,BHATT, ANSUYA P.,TAN, KHEN S. (1995-12-12). Programmable current source correction circuit. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: A small and easy to fabricate programmable current source correction circuit. The correction circuit consists of a first current division circuit for establishing a reference current; a programmable correction current circuit for establishing the amount of correction current required; a second current division circuit for further reducing the reference current into smaller step or resolution; and a source-sink controlling circuit for determining whether the present invention is to operate as a current sink or current source. The present invention consists of substantially less number of circuit modules and can be fully integrated into a single chip which requires substantially smaller chip area and can operates at a substantially higher frequency compared to prior art.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/32539
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