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For small values of output voltages below (Vmill ), the output current suffers a large increase while the opposite occurs for large values of voltage approaching that of the supply (Vmilx) [15]. This is mainly due to the inversion in the roles of source and drain of the output MOS transistors (refer to Appendix I[A]). The simulation results (Fig. 3a,b) for the model (4) GoutVout 125 Ioutx IE-8CAmp) . O,lY. 05V 2 ................................. VI-V2 = OV o -2 ............ 05V ......... 'y:r~V2'';'' :0'.

3. Simulation results for the output current of the Gilbert multiplier. (a) Circuit. (b) ModeL 37 126 M. Ahmed. H. Haddara and H. Ragaie IoutxlE-7(Amp) 1 r---~~~-------------------------------------' 05 -. - - \ -. - -1 ... 1_ ... ... -, ... 1 ... ... i - ... '" ......... _I ... .... - ... 1- ............ J '''' ... - ............. 5 Vi-V2:'5~V-2 -1 0 3 2 4 5 6 Vout(V) *Model-Circuit Fig. 4. Comparison between the circuit and model of the wide range Gilbert multiplier output characteristics.

This example also assumes zero background noise. 4. processing systems has to be justified in term of cost, performance, and portability of existing system software and hardware. e system level optoelectronic interconnect simulation methodology is described in this paper. This methodology provides a possibility of proliferation of optoelectronic interconnection technologies into the existing computer or communication systems. Successfld modeling and simulation is performed for 16 node OCDN on MCMs and this provides vital system design information useful for power budget, system bandwidth, or power consumption analysis.

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