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A Low-Cost CMOS Programmable Temperature Switch
AbstractA novel uncalibrated CMOS programmable temperature switch with high temperature accuracy is presented. Its threshold temperature Tth can be programmed by adjusting the ratios of width and length of the transistors. The operating principles of the temperature switch circuit is theoretically explained. A floating gate neural MOS circuit is designed to compensate automatically the threshold temperature Tth variation that results form the process tolerance. The switch circuit is implemented in a standard 0.35 μm CMOS process. The temperature switch can be programmed to perform the switch operation at 16 different threshold temperature Tths from 45－120°C with a 5°C increment. The measurement shows a good consistency in the threshold temperatures. The chip core area is 0.04 mm2 and power consumption is 3.1 μA at 3.3V power supply. The advantages of the temperature switch are low power consumption, the programmable threshold temperature and the controllable hysteresis.
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Li, Y.; Wu, N. A Low-Cost CMOS Programmable Temperature Switch. Sensors 2008, 8, 3150-3164.View more citation formats
Li Y, Wu N. A Low-Cost CMOS Programmable Temperature Switch. Sensors. 2008; 8(5):3150-3164.Chicago/Turabian Style
Li, Yunlong; Wu, Nanjian. 2008. "A Low-Cost CMOS Programmable Temperature Switch." Sensors 8, no. 5: 3150-3164.
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