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CMOS pnp bandgap beta compensation

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Anybody knows how to do beta compensation in cmos bandgap using PNP as diodes?

Thanks
 

What's your meaning for beta compensation?
Compensate base current?
If so, use isolated PNP or add buried N+ under Nwell.
 

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