Analog Circuit Design

Analog Circuit Design : Low-Noise, Low-Power, Low-Voltage; Mixed-Mode Design with CAD Tools; Voltage, Current and Time References

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Johan H. Huijsing This book contains 18 tutorial papers concentrated on 3 topics, each topic being covered by 6 papers. The topics are: Low-Noise, Low-Power, Low-Voltage Mixed-Mode Design with CAD Tools Voltage, Current, and Time References The papers of this book were written by top experts in the field, currently working at leading European and American universities and companies. These papers are the reviewed versions of the papers presented at the Workshop on Advances in Analog Circuit Design. which was held in Villach, Austria, 26-28 April 1995. The chairman of the Workshop was Dr. Franz Dielacher from Siemens, Austria. The program committee existed of Johan H. Huijsing from the Delft University of Technology, Prof.Willy Sansen from the Catholic University of Leuven, and Dr. Rudy 1. van der Plassche from Philips Eindhoven. This book is the fourth of aseries dedicated to the design of analog circuits. The topics which were covered earlier were: Operational Amplifiers Analog to Digital Converters Analog Computer Aided Design Mixed AlD Circuit Design Sensor Interface Circuits Communication Circuits Low-Power, Low-Voltage Integrated Filters Smart Power As the Workshop will be continued year by year, a valuable series of topics will be built up from all the important areas of analog circuit design. I hope that this book will help designers of analog circuits to improve their work and to speed it up.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 422 pages
  • 160.5 x 239.8 x 28.4mm | 730.3g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 2nd 1996 ed.
  • VIII, 422 p.
  • 0792396596
  • 9780792396598

Table of contents

Preface. Part I: Low-noise, low-power, low-voltage. Low-noise HF amplifiers; Z.Y. Chang. Low-noise, low-voltage, low-power IF gain controlled amplifiers for wireless communication; J. Fenk, P. Sehrig. Autozeroing and correlated double sampling techniques; G.C. Temes. Low-noise oscillators; C.J.M. Verhoeven, et al. Design of high-speed low-power sample-and-hold amplifiers for low-voltage applications; B. Ravazi. Low power folding A/D converters; A.G.W. Venes, et al. Part II: Mixed-mode design with CAD tools. Synthesis and layout for analog and mixed-signal ICs in the ACACIA system; R.A. Rutenbar, et al. CAD simulation for mixed signal design; P. Reynaert, et al. Mixed mode simulation: practical problems and solutions in UNICAD; J.-P. Morin. Mixed-mode design: experiences with multi-level macromodeling; P. Schwarz, et al. Behavioral modeling and simulation of mixed-signal circuits; S. Rochel. Computer-aided testability analysis for analog circuits; B. Atzema, et al. Part III: Voltage, current, and time reference. Concepts for bandgap references and voltage measurement systems; G.C.M. Meijer. Monolithic voltage and current references: theme and variations; B. Gilbert. Integrated current and time references; B. Blauschild. Crystal oscillators; V.R. von Kaenel, et al. Low-phase noise gigahertz voltage-controlled oscillators in CMOS; J. Craninckx, M. Steyaert. A2 GHZ low-power frequency synthesizer; T.A.D. Riley, M.A. Copeland.
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