Igor Filanovsky,

Universidade Aberta


Voltage references are used in various fields of application as in digital-to-analog converters, automotive industry, battery-operated DRAMs and others. Widely known bandgap references (BGR) are not able to operate when the supply voltage drops below 0.9 V. There is a need (at least, in the future) for voltage references operating with low power supply (say, 0.6 V). Non-bandgap references (NBGR) are promising circuits for low-voltage supplies, yet they are not sufficiently investigated.


Date: 2006-Nov-16     Time: 15:30:00     Room: IST (Taguspark) Anfiteatro 3

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