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The switched-current (SI) circuit is a circuit technique which is able to realize analog sampled-data circuits with a standard CMOS technology. Among all the basic SI circuits, the memory cell circuit is the most primitive element. In this work, a practical SI memory cell which employs negative feedback circuitry and glitch reduction technique is first presented. Based on this basic cell, a universal SI integrator is then developed. General first and second order building blocks aredoi:10.1109/aspdac.1999.760009 dblp:conf/aspdac/ChanC99 fatcat:clfgeu6rdvfgjbshadlosjzkky