Download Analog Integrated Circuit Design By Tony Chan Carusone David A. Johns And Kenneth W. Martin

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This book strives to quash the notion that the design and test of high-performance analog circuits are “mystical arts.” Whereas digital design is relatively systematic, analog design appears to be much more based upon intuition and experience. Analog testing may sometimes seem to depend more upon the time of day and phase of the moon than on concrete electrical properties. But these thoughts about analog circuits usually occur when one is not familiar with the many fundamentals required to create high-performance analog circuits. This book helps to take the mystery out of analog integrated circuit design. Although many circuits and techniques are described, the most important design principles are emphasized throughout this book. Physical and intuitive explanations are given, and although mathematical quantitative analyses of many circuits have necessarily been presented, one must not miss seeing the forest for the trees. In other words, this book attempts to present the critical underlying concepts without becoming entangled in tedious and overcomplicated circuit analyses.

This, the second edition of Analog Integrated Circuit Design, has new material to make it more accessible to beginners in the field while retaining the depth, detail, and intuitive approach that made the first edition a favorite reference among experienced designers. Two new chapters have been added early in the text: Chapter 4, dedicated to the frequency response of analog integrated circuits, provides a review of frequency-domain analysis and single-stage amplifier response; Chapter 5 covers the basic theory of feedback amplifiers. The conventional categorization and dissection of feedback amplifiers according to their topology is by and large forgone in favor of an intuitive, practical, yet analytical approach that is based on the practices of experienced analog designers. These new chapters make the second edition well-suited to the teaching of analog integrated circuit design at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, while still allowing it to serve as a comprehensive reference for practicing engineers.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Integrated-Circuit Devices And Modelling
Chapter 2 Processing And Layout
Chapter 3 Basic Current Mirrors And Single-Stage Amplifiers
Chapter 4 Frequency Response Of Electronic Circuits
Chapter 5 Feedback Amplifiers
Chapter 6 Basic Opamp Design And Compensation
Chapter 7 Biasing, References, And Regulators
Chapter 8 Bipolar Devices And Circuits
Chapter 9 Noise And Linearity Analysis And Modelling
Chapter 10 Comparators
Chapter 11 Sample-And-Hold And Translinear Circuits
Chapter 12 Continuous-Time Filters
Chapter 13 Discrete-Time Signals
Chapter 14 Switched-Capacitor Circuits
Chapter 15 Data Converter Fundamentals
Chapter 16 Nyquist-Rate D/A Converters
Chapter 17 Nyquist-Rate A/D Converters
Chapter 18 Oversampling Converters
Chapter 19 Phase-Locked Loops