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Translinear circuits: a proposed classification

Translinear circuits: a proposed classification

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An important and expanding branch of analogue circuits is the ‘translinear’ group. Their primary function arises from the exploitation of the precise proportionality of transconductance to collector current in bipolar transistors so as to result in fundamentally exact, temperature-insensitive behaviour. The basic translinear principle is derived and several examples given.

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      • B. Gilbert . A new wideband amplifier technique. IEEE J. Solid-State Circuits , 353 - 365

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