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how low supply voltage of BGR with normal CMOS Process?

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chudong

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Hi Friends:
Our team needs a bandgap circuits with normal CMOS process, but it's supply may be as low as possible(it is better under 1V), so I want to ask how low supply voltage we can get with normal CMOS process?

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Try searching the JSSC e.g. April 2002 P526 there is an article on a 1V CMOS bandgap. There may be others which are lower.

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chudong said:
how low supply voltage we can get with normal CMOS process?
See here for some papers on this topic.

The G. De Vita and G. Iannaccone, "A Sub- 1-V, 10ppm/1C, Nanopower Voltage Reference Generator," IEEE J. Solid-State Circuits, pp. 1536-1542, July 2007 paper you can get here.
 

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