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ISSCC International Solid-State Circuits Conference 2011

February 20 - 24, 2011

T. Zaki (IMS) will present the following paper at the ISSCC in San Francisco.


SESSION 18 – ORGANIC INNOVATIONS

A 3.3V 6b 100kS/s Current-Steering D/A Converter Using Organic Thin-Film Transistors on Glass

T. Zaki1,2, F. Ante3, U. Zschieschang3, J. Butschke1, F. Letzkus1, H. Richter1, H. Klauk3, J. N. Burghartz1,2

1Institute for Microelectronics Stuttgart (IMS CHIPS), Stuttgart, Germany
2University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany
3Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Stuttgart, Germany

A 3.3V 6b binary-weighted current-steering D/A converter using organic p-type thin-film transistors (OTFTs) is presented. The circuit occupies 12mm2 and is fabricated on a glass substrate using silicon stencil shadow masks. The converter consumes 260μW at an output swing of 2V and has a maximum update rate of 100kS/s. The measured DNL and INL at an update rate of 1kS/s are -0.69LSB and 1.16LSB, respectively. For sinusoids between 31Hz and 3.1kHz, the minimum SFDR is 32dB.

Wednesday February 23rd, 8:30 AM


For further information, please refer to
Press_Release_IMS_ISSCC2011_stencil_OTFT
https://isscc.org

Location: Marriott Hotel, San Francisco, CA, USA
Time: 8.30 am