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Current mode read-out circuit for InGaAs photodiode applications

Abstract : Infrared focal plane arrays have many military, industrial, medical, and scientific applications that require high-resolution and high-performance read-out electronics. In applications involving InGaAs sensor arrays, data read-out can be carried out by circuits implemented with View the MathML source CMOS technology. In this paper we propose a dynamically regulated cascode current mirror for pixel read-out. From simulation results, we expect this circuit to achieve a better trade-off between silicon area, signal-to-noise ratio, and output dynamic range than the trade-off that is currently achieved by current mode CMOS read-out circuits.
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Pietro Maris Ferreira, José Gabriel R.C. Gomes, Antonio Petraglia. Current mode read-out circuit for InGaAs photodiode applications. Microelectronics Journal, Elsevier, 2010, 41 (07), ⟨10.1016/j.mejo.2010.04.010⟩. ⟨hal-01222155⟩

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