A Hierarchical Associative Processing System by Heinrich J. Stüttgen

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Inon-lin{Vin/2}/Gm] = Vin/2 - inon-lin{Vin/2}/Gm. Under ideal conditions, the distortion generated in the auxiliary path, -inon-lin{Vin/2}, cancels out the distortion in the main voltage-to-current conversion. In practice, distortion components caused by nonlinearities at the output of the auxiliary OTA and high-frequency effects introduce some finite uncancelled distortion. 2 Attenuation-Predistortion Linearization Methodology 35 represents the lumped output capacitance of the auxiliary OTA, input capacitance of the main OTA, and layout parasitics.

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