Analogue IC Design: The Current-mode Approach

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Chris Toumazou, F. J. Lidgey, David Haigh
IET, 1990 - Technology & Engineering - 646 pages
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Analogue IC Design has become the essential title covering the current-mode approach to integrated circuit design. The approach has sparked much interest in analogue electronics and is linked to important advances in integrated circuit technology, such as CMOS VLSI which allows mixed analogue and digital circuits and high-speed GaAs processing.
 

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I looked at one section, current mirrors. It is definitive. I wanted to know the errors on simple 2-transistor PNP mirror with Hfe. that an lots more including high ratio mirrrors. Ok perhaps that bit not so relevant for bipolar rather than CMOS. looking to purchase the book now....

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Good and cheap!

Contents

Introduction
1
Current Conveyor Theory And Practice 93
6
Adel S Sedra and Gordon W Roberts
93
Universal CurrentMode Analogue Amplifiers
127
High Frequency CMOS Transconductors
181
Appendix 5A Power Series Representation of Nonlinear Functions
233
Dynamic Current Mirrors
297
Gallium Arsenide Analogue Integrated Circuit Design Techniques
327
SwitchedCurrent Filters
415
Analog Interface Circuits For VLSI
451
Current Mode AD and DA Converters
491
Applications of currentcopier circuits
515
Integrated Current Conveyor
535
Applying Current Feedback to Voltage Amplifiers
569
Neural Network Building Blocks for Analog MOS VLSI
597
IS Future of Analogue Integrated Circuit Design
617

ContinuousTime Filters
371
Continuoustime and Switched Capacitor Monolithic Filters Based
387

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