His primary areas of study are Capacitor, Electronic engineering, Resistor, Active filter and Filter. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including All-pass filter, Realization, Control theory and Network analysis. His Electronic engineering research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Electronic circuit and Electrical engineering.
His Active filter study combines topics in areas such as Frequency response, Operational amplifier and Circuit design. His work on Operational transconductance amplifier as part of general Operational amplifier research is often related to Analogue filter, thus linking different fields of science. As a member of one scientific family, Chun-Ming Chang mostly works in the field of Filter, focusing on Band-pass filter and, on occasion, Voltage-controlled filter.
His main research concerns Electronic engineering, Capacitor, Active filter, Resistor and Filter. His Electronic engineering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Electronic circuit, Electrical engineering, Current conveyor, Digital biquad filter and Amplifier. Chun-Ming Chang has researched Current conveyor in several fields, including Electrical impedance and CMOS.
His research in Capacitor intersects with topics in Transconductance, Operational amplifier, Control theory, All-pass filter and Circuit design. His Active filter research includes themes of Low-pass filter, High-pass filter, Network synthesis filters, Operational transconductance amplifier and Band-pass filter. Resistor is closely attributed to Output impedance in his work.
Chun-Ming Chang mainly focuses on Electronic engineering, Capacitor, Active filter, Control theory and High-pass filter. His work deals with themes such as Electronic component and Electronic circuit, which intersect with Electronic engineering. His research integrates issues of Resistor, Transconductance, Filter and Amplifier in his study of Capacitor.
His Resistor research incorporates themes from Transfer function and Output impedance. His Active filter research integrates issues from Operational transconductance amplifier and Network synthesis filters. His research investigates the connection between High-pass filter and topics such as Band-pass filter that intersect with issues in All-pass filter, Electrical impedance and Immittance.
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Multifunction biquadratic filters using current conveyors
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems Ii: Analog and Digital Signal Processing (1997)
New multifunction OTA-C biquads
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems Ii: Analog and Digital Signal Processing (1999)
Quadrature oscillators using CCIIs
Jiun-Wei Horng;Chun-Li Hou;Chun-Ming Chang;Wen-Yaw Chung.
International Journal of Electronics (2005)
First-order allpass filter and sinusoidal oscillators using DDCCs
J.-W. Horng;C.-L. Hou;C.-M. Chang;Y.-T. Lin.
International Journal of Electronics (2006)
Quadrature Oscillators with Grounded Capacitors and Resistors Using FDCCIIs
Jiun-Wei Horng;Chun-Li Hou;Chun-Ming Chang;Hung-Pin Chou.
Etri Journal (2006)
Voltage-mode notch, lowpass and bandpass filter using current-feedback amplifiers
C.-M. Chang;C.-S. Hwang;S.-H. Tu.
Electronics Letters (1994)
Universal capacitor-grounded voltage-mode filter with three inputs and a single output
Chun-Ming Chang;Hua-Pin Chen.
International Journal of Electronics (2003)
Single fully differential current conveyor biquad filters
Chun-Ming Chang;Bashir M. Al-Hashimi;C. L. Wang;C. W. Hung.
IEE Proceedings - Circuits, Devices and Systems (2003)
Novel universal current-mode filter with single input and three outputs using only five current conveyors
Electronics Letters (1993)
Analytical Synthesis of Low-Sensitivity High-Order Voltage-Mode DDCC and FDCCII-Grounded R and C All-Pass Filter Structures
Chun-Ming Chang;A.M. Soliman;M.N.S. Swamy.
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I-regular Papers (2007)
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