CCCII

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CCCIIChinese Character Code for Information Interchange
CCCIISecond-Generation Controlled Current Conveyor
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References Topology elements (a) [m.sup.2]) ([mu]W) [12] DCCII 1C/3R 24 MOS 490 1300 [13] ZC-CDTA 1C 34 BJT NA NA [14] CCCII 1C 19 BJT NA NA [15] DO-CCII 1C 42 MOS 884.61 NA [16] DO-CCII 1C/1R 32 MOS 106 2180 [17] DX-MOCCII 1C/1R 28 MOS 142.24 NA [18] CCCII 1C 34 MOS 149.1 NA [19] CDTA 1C 66 BJT NA 9000 [20] CDTA 1C 56 BJT NA NA [21] DO-CF 1C 10 MOS 31.49 266 [22] IVB 2C/2R 2 MOS 27.04 (c) NA [23] ZC-VDCC 1C CAD NA NA NMOS MOS only 1C 8 MOS 15.4 760 based AP PMOS MOS only 1C 8 MOS 20.7 435 based AP Note: NA: not mentioned, CAD: commercially available device, (a) Sum of products of the lengths and widths of each transistor in the CMOS structures, (b) Ideal current source assumed, (c) Excluding current follower for each output.
Peng, "Realization of lowpass and bandpass leapfrog filters using OAs and CCCIIs," in Proceedings of the International Conference on Management and Service Science (MASS '09), Wuhan, China, September 2009.
Paul, "Voltage mode universal biquad using CCCII", Active Passive Electron.
In [2], the intrinsic input resistance [R.sub.x] of current-controlled second-generation current conveyor (CCCII) is with advantage used for centre frequency hoping in wide frequency range of class 1 and class 2 band-pass filters.
of Simple active/passive equations elements for FO/CO [11] OTA 4/3 YES/YES [12] OTA 2-4/2-4 NO/NO [13] OTA 3/2 YES/YES [14] OTA 2/3 YES/YES [16] CDTA 2/6 YES/YES [17] CDTA 2/3 YES/YES [18] CCTA 1/4 YES/YES [19] DVCCTA 1/4 YES/YES [20] CDTA 3/2 YES/YES [21] CDTA 3/3 YES/NO [22] CDTA 3/3 YES/YES [23] MO-CCCDTA 1/3 YES/YES [26] CCCDTA 2/2 YES/YES [27] CCCDTA 2/2 YES/YES [28] CCCII 2/2 YES/YES [29] ZC-CG-CDBA 2/5 YES/YES [30] CCTA 1/4 YES/YES [31] DT, CA 3/4 YES/NO [32] ECCII-, CCII+ 3/5 YES/YES [33] CG-CIBA/CFBA 2/5 YES/YES [34] PCA 3/4 YES/YES Prop.
Current amplifier consists of the positive resistor and controlled current conveyor (CCCII).
The current [I.sub.0] of the port Z is output current for CCCII. Additionally, port X of the CCCII is grounded and port Y constitutes the input of the circuit (Fig.
where [I.sub.B] is bias current of the CCCII. Also [V.sub.Y] is the voltage of the port Y.
In 1995, the current controlled conveyor (CCCII) was introduced in bipolar technology [3] and later in BiCMOS [4] by Fabre.
A CCCII based on the mixed translinear loop using bipolar technology has also been described in the literature [3].
Chu, "Versatile universal electronically tunable current-mode filter using CCCIIs," IEICE Electronics Express, vol.