Cmos. Mixed–Signal Circuit Design. 2nd Edition. IEEE Press Series on Microelectronic Systems

  • ID: 2182307
  • Book
  • 352 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Get up to speed on mixed–signal circuit design

Mixed–signal design (MSD) is currently performed in industry by a select few "gurus." While MSD techniques can be found scattered throughout hard–to–digest technical papers, it is difficult for someone new to the topic to get up to speed on the subject without the guidance of a mentor and the right environment in which to gain the relevant experience.

CMOS Mixed–Signal Circuit Design, Second Edition fills the gap in the technical literature by providing a tutorial presentation of MSD techniques and integrating homework problems, netlists, and simulation examples, all of which are available for download via the book′s Web site at CMOSedu.com. Additional features of the Second Edition include:

  • Coverage of noise–shaping data converters (delta–sigma topologies)

  • Practical discussion of digital filtering and its uses in transistor–level circuit designs

  • Design of analog filters for both reconstruction and anti–aliasing

  • Transistor– and system–level design techniques and theory

  • Presentation of a topology for high–speed data conversion in nanometer CMOS

Complemented with practical examples and discussions, CMOS Mixed–Signal Circuit Design, Second Edition is an ideal textbook for graduate students in mixed–signal circuit design courses. It is also an equally valuable reference for professionals who want to improve their skills in this area.

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Preface.

Chapter 1. Signals, Filters, and Tools.

1.1. Sinusoidal Signals.

1.2. Comb Filters.

1.3. Representing Signals.

Chapter 2. Sampling and Aliasing.

2.1. Sampling.

2.2. Circuits.

Chapter 3. Analog Filters.

3.1. Integrator Building Blocks.

3.2. Filtering Topologies.

Chapter 4. Digital Filters.

4.1. SPICE Models for DACs and ADCs.

4.2. Sinc–Shaped Digital Filters.

4.3. Filtering Topologies.

Chapter 5. Data Converter SNR.

5.1. Quantization Noise.

5.2. Signal–to–Noise Ratio (SNR).

5.3. Improving SNR using Averaging.

5.4. Using Feedback to Improve SNR.

Chapter 6. Data Converter Design Basics.

6.1. Passive Noise–Shaping.

6.2. Improving SNR and Linearity.

Chapter 7. Noise–Shaping Data Converters.

7.1. First–Order Noise Shaping.

7.2. Second–Order Noise–Shaping.

7.3. Noise–Shaping Topologies.

Chapter 8. Bandpass Data Converters.

8.1. Continuous–Time Bandpass Noise–Shaping.

8.2. Switched–Capacitor Bandpass Noise–Shaping.

Chapter 9. A High–Speed Data Converter.

9.1. The Topology.

9.2. Practical Implementation.

9.3. Conclusion.

Index.

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R. JACOB (JAKE) BAKER, PhD, is an engineer, educator, and inventor. He has more than twenty years of engineering experience and holds over 200 granted or pending patents in integrated circuit design. Jake is the author of several circuit design books. For a detailed biography, please visit: http://CMOSedu.com/jbaker/jbaker.htm.
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