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A 1.4V 10.5MHz swing-boosted differential relaxation oscillator with 162.1dBc/Hz FOM and 9.86psrms period jitter in 0.18Mum CMOS
- A 1.4V 10.5MHz swing-boosted differential relaxation oscillator with 162.1dBc/Hz FOM and 9.86psrms period jitter in 0.18Mum CMOS
- Lee, Jung Hyup; George, Arup Kocheethra; Je, Min Kyu
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- Lee, Jung Hyup; Je, Min Kyu
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- 63rd IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference, ISSCC 2016, 106-108
- Relaxation oscillators have a profound scope as on-chip reference clock sources or sensor front-ends in comparison to ring oscillators due to their superior frequency stability, control linearity, and wide tuning range. However, despite a better fundamental limit predicted in theory, the phase noise performance of relaxation oscillators trails behind that of ring oscillators. Furthermore, there is a huge gap between the maximum achievable 1/f2 phase noise FOM (169dBc/Hz)  and those achieved by recently proposed low-power relaxation oscillator implementations [1-4]. © 2016 IEEE.
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