A practical, engineering book discussing the most modern and general techniques for designing analog integrated circuits which are not digital (excluding computer circuits). Covers the basics of the devices, manufacturing technology, design procedures, shortcuts, and analytic techniques. Includes examples and illustrations of the best current practice.
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The recent years have brought about a rapid evolution and advancement in analog integrated circuit technology. Reflecting these developments in both content and organization, this book offers the practicing engineer the most up-to-date treatment of the fundamental design principles, capabilities, and applications of monolithic integrated circuits. Throughout the volume, lengthy and detailed mathematical derivations are avoided wherever possible. Instead, the emphasis is squarely on the end result, the basic design philosophy leading up to it, and the underlying assumptions and trade-offs. Numerous examples illustrate the most effective modern practices and workable short-cuts. The first section of the book (chapters 1–3) familiarizes the reader with the physical structures, advantages, and limitations of monolithic components. Reviewed are the basic "tools" of analog IC design and fabrication—process technology, IC components, and the chip layout. Chapters 4–6 cover the basic "building blocks" or sub-circuits of analog IC design. Included here is a discussion of the use of MOS technology in analog and combined analog/digital LSI design. The final and main section, chapters 7–15, covers the entire field of analog integrated circuits by dividing them into functional categories and then examining each of these circuit classes separately. Individual chapters discuss operational amplifiers, wideband amplifiers, multipliers and modulators, oscillators and timers, voltage regulators, phase-locked loops, IC filters, and data conversion circuits. Here, particular emphasis is placed on recent developments in the field of analog circuits, especially in the areas of switched-capacitor filters, switching regulators, voltage-controlled oscillators, and high-resolution data conversion circuits. Bipolar and Mos Analog Integrated Circuit Design is an equally valuable reference for the IC designer and user alike. For the analog IC designer, it provides rigorous guidelines and examples, while for the user, it offers a detailed analysis of the various classes of circuits, their design philosophy, as well as their capabilities and limitations. When preceded by courses on solid-state circuits and semiconductor devices, this book will also make an excellent text for graduate-level courses on analog integrated circuits.From the Back Cover:
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Descripción Wiley-Interscience, 1984. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110471085294
Descripción Wiley-Interscience, 1984. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Brand New!. Nº de ref. de la librería VIB0471085294