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juan manuel garofalo
I'm looking for a schematics of a brokaw cell that doesn't depend on using 2
transistors with different emiter areas. Does sucha a thing exist ? Any links ?
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> I'm looking for a schematics of a brokaw cell that doesn't depend on using
> transistors with different emiter areas. Does sucha a thing exist ? Any
(A Brokaw cell is one type of band-gap reference circuit).
An excellent practical introduction to band-gap references is given by Nat
This includes (and tends to concentrate on) the Brokaw cell but also a
number of other band-gap implementations. If you are more interested in the
result than the specific method then you may find something useful here. I
do like the utter simplicity of the "brute force" diode string approach
although you do need more than 5 volts to implement it.
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