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Ultra-low-power one-pin crystal oscillator with self-charged technique

Ultra-low-power one-pin crystal oscillator with self-charged technique

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A one-pin crystal oscillator (XO) employing a one-pin startup and self-charged architecture is proposed to reduce power consumption. The self-charged circuit, replacing a constant-current opamp, recharges crystal to save significant power. The proposed 32.768 kHz one-pin XO, fabricated in a 0.18 μm CMOS technology, consumes 2.89 nW from a 0.25 V supply.

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      • 3. Hsiao, K.-J.: ‘A 1.89 nW/0.15 V self-charged XO for real-time clock generation’. ISSCC Dig. Tech. Pap., San Francisco, CA, USA, February 2014, pp. 298299, doi: 10.1109/ISSCC.2014.6757442.
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