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.
|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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