Analog integrated circuit design

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John Wiley & Sons, 1997 - Technology & Engineering - 706 pages
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Offers a modern look at analog integrated circuit design. Covering everything from processing steps to models to high level circuit design issues, the authors make it a point to emphasize the "real-life" implications of this material for the circuit designer as a professional. This text presents a concise treatment of the wide array of knowledge required for integrated circuit design. Emphasis on the most important and fundamental principles in creating state-of-the-art analog circuits. Coverage includes contemporary topics such as dynamically matched current mirrors, digital error correction and interpolation, and folding D/D converters.

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Contents

INTEGRATEDCIRCUIT DEVICES AND MODELLING
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PROCESSING AND LAYOUT
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BASIC CURRENT MIRRORS AND SINGLESTAGE AMPLIFIERS
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W. E Johns was born in Bengeo, Hertfordshire in 1893. During the First World War he served in the Machine Gun Corps, and then in the Royal Flying Corps. In 1918 he was shot down and captured in France. His first book, The Camels are Coming, was published in 1932.

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