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Temperature-compensated CMOS ring oscillator for power-management circuits

Authors Leung, K. N.
Lo, C. H.
Mok, P. K. T.
Mai, Y. Y.
Leung, W. Y.
Chan, M. J.
Issue Date 2007
Source Electronics letters, v. 43, (15), 2007, JUL 19, p. 786-787
Summary The design of a temperature-compensated CMOS ring oscillator is introduced. The concept is to make use of a linear, positively or negatively temperature-sloped supply voltage to power-up the ring oscillator. Experimental results show that the oscillation frequency remains fairly constant using the proposed scheme.
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ISSN 0013-5194
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