volume 80, issue 6, P30-41 1997
DOI: 10.1002/(sici)1520-6440(199706)80:6<30::aid-ecjc4>3.0.co;2-6
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Koichi Tanno, Okihiko Ishizuka, Zheng Tang

Abstract: Current‐mode CMOS analog defuzzification circuits previously proposed are insensitive to absolute variation of the fabrication process and are easy to expand into a multiple‐input circuit. However, they have two disadvantages. One is that they need two input currents which are equal in magnitude and opposite in direction (sign). A current steering circuit which consists of current mirrors is used for changing the direction of the input current signals. However, because current mirrors are strongly influenced b…

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