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.Vom Verlag:
This volume of Analog Circuit Design concentrates on three topics: Low-Noise, Low-Power, Low-Voltage; Mixed-Mode Design with CAD Tools; Voltage, Current, and Time References. The book contains six papers on each topic, written by internationally recognised experts. The papers are tutorial in nature and make a substantial contribution to improving the design of analog circuits. The book is divided into three parts.
Part I, `Low-Noise, Low-Power, Low-Voltage', concentrates on the problems of the matching properties of high frequency MOS circuits caused by the continuous reduction in the size of integrated devices. These problems are considered in light of maintaining the benefits of greater bandwidth and lower power consumption.
Part II, `Mixed Mode Design with CAD Tools', looks at the practicalities of providing CAD tools for circuits containing both digital and analog elements. The papers consider both the simulation and synthesis aspects of designing CAD tools suitable for such designs.
Part III, `Voltage, Current and Time References' contains much new and exciting material describing all aspects of these reference circuits.
Audience: An essential reference source for analog design engineers and researchers wishing to keep abreast with the latest developments in the field. The tutorial nature of the contributions also makes it suitable for use in an advanced course.
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Buchbeschreibung Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, 1996. hardcover. Buchzustand: Very Good. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: No Dust Jacket. Name from previous owner on FEP. No dust jacket. Instances of light surface wear to covers, and some softening and light fraying of corners. Spine feels a little brittle but this idoes not have an impact on function. Otherwise binding is very well preserved. Pages are clean and crisp, and printing is tight, clean and bright throughout. MB. Used. Artikel-Nr. 248550