Download Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits By Behzad Razavi

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In the past two decades, CMOS technology has rapidly embraced the field of analog integrated circuits, providing low-cost, high-performance solutions and rising to dominate the market. While silicon bipolar and III-V devices still find niche applications, only CMOS processes have emerged as a viable choice for the integration of today’s complex mixed signal systems. With channel lengths projected to scale down to 0.03µm, CMOS technology will continue to serve circuit design for probably another two decades. Analog circuit design itself has evolved with the technology as well. High-voltage, high-power analog circuits containing a few tens of transistors and processing small, continuous time signals have gradually been replaced by low-voltage, low-power systems comprising thousands of devices and processing large, mostly discrete-time signals. For example, many analog techniques used only ten years ago have been abandoned because they do not lend themselves to low-voltage operation.

This book deals with the analysis and design of analog CMOS integrated circuits, emphasizing fundamentals as well as new paradigms that students and practicing engineers need to master in today’s industry. Since analog design requires both intuition and rigor, each concept is first introduced from an intuitive perspective and subsequently treated by careful analysis. The objective is to develop both a solid foundation and methods of analyzing circuits by inspection so that the reader learns what approximations can be made in which circuits and how much error to expect in each approximation

Table OF Contents

Chapter No 1 Introduction to Analog Design
Chapter No 2 Basic MOS Device Physics
Chapter No 3 Single-Stage Amplifiers
Chapter No 4 Differential Amplifiers
Chapter No 5 Current Mirrors and Biasing Techniques
Chapter No 6 Frequency Response of Amplifiers
Chapter No 7 Noise
Chapter No 8 Feedback
Chapter No 9 Operational Amplifiers
Chapter No 10 Stability and Frequency Compensation
Chapter No 11 Nanometer Design Studies
Chapter No 12 Bandgap References
Chapter No 13 Introduction to Switched-Capacitor Circuits
Chapter No 14 Nonlinearity and Mismatch
Chapter No 15 Oscillators
Chapter No 16 Phase-Locked Loops
Chapter No 17 Short-Channel Effects and Device Models
Chapter No 18 CMOS Processing Technology
Chapter No 19 Layout and Packaging