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TitleCurrent-Mode Instrumentation Amplifiers [electronic resource] / by Leila Safari, Giuseppe Ferri, Shahram Minaei, Vincenzo Stornelli
ImprintCham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2019
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Descript XXI, 176 p. 154 illus., 2 illus. in color. online resource


This book describes a new way to design and utilize Instrumentation Amplifiers (IAs) by taking advantages of the current-mode (CM) approach. For the first time, all different topologies of CMIAs are discussed and compared, providing a single-source reference for instrumentation and measurement experts who want to choose a topology for a specific application. The authors also explain major challenges in designing CMIAs, so the book can be useful for anyone studying instrumentation amplifiers, and even other analog circuits. Coverage also includes various CM signal processing techniques employed in CMIAs, and applications of the CMIAs in biomedical and data acquisition are demonstrated. Discusses and compares all different current-mode instrumentation amplifier topologies; Includes a technical comparison, discussion, advantages and disadvantages of various current-mode instrumentation amplifiers, not available elsewhere; Explains in tutorial fashion major challenges caused by advancements in technology in instrumentation amplifier design


Introduction -- CMIA using Op-amp supply current sensing -- Current-mode Wheatstone bridge -- Current conveyor-based CMIA topologies -- CMIA based on different CM building blocks -- Electronically tunable CMIA -- Mismatch effect on CMIA -- CMIA for sensor applications -- CMIA for biomedical applications -- Low-voltage low-power CMIAs -- CMIA with Closed-loop configuration -- Conclusion

Systems engineering Electronics Circuits and Systems. Signal Image and Speech Processing. Electronics and Microelectronics Instrumentation.


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