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EMI-immune analogue circuit generated through genetic evolution

EMI-immune analogue circuit generated through genetic evolution

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Specifications are getting higher while environmental circumstances become harsher. Electromagnetic immunity is one of the challenges that future IC designers have to face. A new methodology is presented that allows optimisation of analogue circuits towards their specification while simultaneously evolving them towards a high electromagnetic immunity. Results are illustrated on a current mirror structure, resulting in a new EMI-immune topology.

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