VLSI Analog Circuits Algorithms Architecture Modeling and Circuit Implementation

Author: Hongjiang Song
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 1259644944
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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VLSI Signal Processing Principles, Practices, and Applications This comprehensive resource shows how very-large-scale integration (VLSI) technology can be effectively deployed in real-world electronics to meet cost, power, function, and reliability requirements. VLSI Analog Circuits: Algorithm, Architecture, Modeling, and Circuit Implementation, Second Edition, is a textbook for advanced electrical engineering courses that shows, step-by-step, how to analyze and solve practical design problems using VLSI. You will get up-to-date discussions on VLSI passive, active-RC, MOS-C, Gm-C, CTI, SC, and SI analog filter circuits. Mixed-mode configurations, VLSI RF signal processing, and circuit tuning techniques are explained in full detail. Coverage includes: • VLSI continuous-time signal processing fundamentals • VLSI active-RC, MOS-C, and VLSI Gm-C circuits • VLSI continuous-time current-mode filters • VLSI discrete-time signal processing systems • VLSI switched-capacitor and switched-current circuits • Frequency-scaling and transformation techniques • Mixed-mode VLSI analog signal processing • Component and ladder simulation-based VLSI design • Practical design aspects of VLSI analog filters • VLSI RF signal processing circuits • Digital-based analog signal processing circuits

VLSI Analog Signal Processing Circuits

Author: Hongjiang Song
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 9781436377409
Format: PDF, Kindle
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This text covers various topics related to the analysis, design, and implementation techniques of VLSI analog filter and signal processing circuits, including the VLSI passive, the active-RC, the MOS-C, the Gm-C, the CTI, the SC, and SI analog filter and signal processing circuit techniques.

CMOS Nanoelectronics Analog and RF VLSI Circuits

Author: Krzysztof Iniewski
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 0071755667
Format: PDF, Mobi
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In-depth coverage of integrated circuit design on the nanoscale level Written by international experts in industry and academia, CMOS Nanoelectronics addresses the state of the art in integrated circuit design in the context of emerging systems. New, exciting opportunities in body area networks, wireless communications, data networking, and optical imaging are discussed. This cutting-edge guide explores emerging design concepts for very low power and describes design approaches for RF transceivers, high-speed serial links, PLL/DLL, and ADC/DAC converters. CMOS Nanoelectronics covers: Portable high-efficiency polar transmitters All-digital RF signal generation Frequency multiplier design Tunable CMOS RF filters GaAs HBT linear power amplifier design High-speed serial I/O design CDMA-based crosstalk cancellation Delta-sigma fractional-N PLL Delay locked loops Digital clock generators Analog design in deep submicron CMOS technologies 1/f noise reduction for linear analog CMOS ICs Broadband high-resolution bandpass sigma-delta modulators Analog/digital conversion specifications for power line communication systems Digital-to-analog converters for LCDs Sub-1-V CMOS bandgap reference design And much more

Nano scale CMOS Analog Circuits

Author: Soumya Pandit
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1466564288
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Reliability concerns and the limitations of process technology can sometimes restrict the innovation process involved in designing nano-scale analog circuits. The success of nano-scale analog circuit design requires repeat experimentation, correct analysis of the device physics, process technology, and adequate use of the knowledge database. Starting with the basics, Nano-Scale CMOS Analog Circuits: Models and CAD Techniques for High-Level Design introduces the essential fundamental concepts for designing analog circuits with optimal performances. This book explains the links between the physics and technology of scaled MOS transistors and the design and simulation of nano-scale analog circuits. It also explores the development of structured computer-aided design (CAD) techniques for architecture-level and circuit-level design of analog circuits. The book outlines the general trends of technology scaling with respect to device geometry, process parameters, and supply voltage. It describes models and optimization techniques, as well as the compact modeling of scaled MOS transistors for VLSI circuit simulation. • Includes two learning-based methods: the artificial neural network (ANN) and the least-squares support vector machine (LS-SVM) method • Provides case studies demonstrating the practical use of these two methods • Explores circuit sizing and specification translation tasks • Introduces the particle swarm optimization technique and provides examples of sizing analog circuits • Discusses the advanced effects of scaled MOS transistors like narrow width effects, and vertical and lateral channel engineering Nano-Scale CMOS Analog Circuits: Models and CAD Techniques for High-Level Design describes the models and CAD techniques, explores the physics of MOS transistors, and considers the design challenges involving statistical variations of process technology parameters and reliability constraints related to circuit design.