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Automatic Gain Control Amplifier for Analog Front End in Biomedical Applications

Dipesh Panchal, Bhumit Rojivadia, Krunal Tank



This paper presents the design review of feed-forward automatic gain control (AGC) amplifier to be used in analog front end of biomedical applications such as hearing aid. To make system low-power, the design of each block is optimized and all elements are realized using MOS. The whole design is simulated in LT spice IV using 0.18 µm CMOS technology and the results are presented.


Keywords: Automatic gain control (AGC), biomedical signal acquisition, analog circuit simulation, biomedical circuits and systems

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Bhumit Rojivadia, Krunal Tank, Dipesh Panchal. Automatic Gain Control Amplifier forAnalog Front End in Biomedical Applications. Research & Reviews: Journal of Medical Science and Technology. 2016; 5(3): 22–26p.

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