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1970: Sedra and Smith introduced the more versatile second generation Current Conveyor (henceforth referred as CCII+). In another paper during the same year, Sedra and Smith demonstrated that CCIIs were useful building blocks for 8 • • • • • • • 1 The Evolution and the History of Current Conveyors realizing the Chua family of new non-linear network elements, namely, the mutators, rotators, scalars and reflectors with minimum possible number of passive elements. 1971: Black et al. in [5] presented an integratable implementation of CCII using μA749 IC chip (containing two operational amplifiers with uncommitted output collectors) along with five additional transistors (obtained from an integrated transistor array CA3046) to realize CCII+, which, with some more transistors added, could also lead to a CCIIÀ .

2 Hardware Implementations of CCs Using Off-theShelf ICs Various off-the-shelf ICs have been employed in the past to construct CCs such as op-amps, operational transconductance amplifiers (OTA), combinations thereof and op-amps along with transistor arrays etc. In the following, various implementations proposed have been described and their merits and demerits have been highlighted. 1 Black-Friedmann-Sedra CC Implementation Using an Op-Amp with Uncommitted Leads The simplified forms of Black, Friedmann and Sedra implementations of the CCII+ and CCIIÀ are shown in Figs.

8 Wilson’s OMA-Based Implementations of CCII+/À It was demonstrated by Wilson [7] that wide band precision current conveyor can be obtained by adopting the so called power supply current sensing technique whose embodiment is also popularly referred to as an Operational Mirrored Amplifier (OMA). An OMA-based CC implementation using two complementary modified Wilson current mirrors connected between the DC bias terminals and power supply rails to realize a CCII+ is shown in Fig. 11. It is well known that the output current of the op-amp in the internally compensated type op-amps such as LF356/μ A741 is equal to the difference of the two power supply currents Ip and IN as shown in Fig.

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