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I need a low voltage, voltage adder circuit????????

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I need a low voltage, voltage adder in cmos technology, specially the one that can generate (v1+v2)÷2.
should I use a low voltage opamp? is there any other way
 

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Hi SUNBELT,

Although it's a very sophisticated circuit you should consider using it.

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We all know about voltage dividing principle, I need a CMOS circuit, specially a low voltage one.
 

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The voltage dividor is the most common one. Why u want something else? Can you show me the specs or applications?
 

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On that low voltage circuit, how would you lay out a multiple input voltage averaging circuit (high impedance, high precision with say, 8 inputs)?. Thanks.
 

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