Low-power CMOS, analog transient-stability-simulator for a two-machine power-system

This paper presents a low-power analog simulator for the transient stability of a two-machine power system. The simulator is implemented in a standard digital CMOS process. Its building blocks are: sine shaper, transconductor with extended linear range, and parametric current amplifier. All these circuits operate in weak inversion and use the bulk as an active terminal. Simulation time is typically 10<sup>4</sup> times shorter than the real time simulated phenomena


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Proceedings of 1997 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems. Circuits and Systems in the Information Age. ISCAS '97 (Cat. No.97CH35987), vol.1, 137 - 40
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1997
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low-power CMOS;analog transient-stability-simulator;two-machine power-system;sine shaper;transconductor;extended linear range;parametric current amplifier;weak inversion;simulation time;
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