A PARAMETRIC STUDY AND REDESIGN OF THE BLAUSCHILD HIGH SPEED INSTRUMENTATION AMPLIFIER ARCHITECTURE
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AbstractThis work contains the analysis and redesign of a translinear circuit. This circuit appeared in the article by Robert Blauschild. The Blauschild circuit was analyzed on H-SPICE, a VAX computer circuit analysis program, with Burr-Brown Integrated Circuit Process 30 models. Circuit improvement to input voltage to current converter stage and circuit simplification of the output stage were implemented and simulated in the redesign. The results of the two simulations were compared, which showed that the improvements were valid and useful. Going through this redesign cycle of circuit analysis, computer simulation and bread-boarding served as an actual design engineering application with a real problem, solution, and result scenarios.
Degree ProgramGraduate College
Electrical and Computer Engineering