CMOS Nanoelectronics: Analog and RF VLSI Circuits

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jun 22, 2011 - Technology & Engineering - 304 pages
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In-depth coverage of integrated circuit design on the nanoscale level

Written by international experts in industry and academia, CMOS Nanoelectronics addresses the state of the art in integrated circuit design in the context of emerging systems. New, exciting opportunities in body area networks, wireless communications, data networking, and optical imaging are discussed. This cutting-edge guide explores emerging design concepts for very low power and describes design approaches for RF transceivers, high-speed serial links, PLL/DLL, and ADC/DAC converters.

CMOS Nanoelectronics covers:

  • Portable high-efficiency polar transmitters
  • All-digital RF signal generation
  • Frequency multiplier design
  • Tunable CMOS RF filters
  • GaAs HBT linear power amplifier design
  • High-speed serial I/O design
  • CDMA-based crosstalk cancellation
  • Delta-sigma fractional-N PLL
  • Delay locked loops
  • Digital clock generators
  • Analog design in deep submicron CMOS technologies
  • 1/f noise reduction for linear analog CMOS ICs
  • Broadband high-resolution bandpass sigma-delta modulators
  • Analog/digital conversion specifications for power line communication systems
  • Digital-to-analog converters for LCDs
  • Sub-1-V CMOS bandgap reference design
  • And much more

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Contents

Part 1 RF Circuits
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Part 2 HighSpeed Circuits
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Part 3 HighPrecision Circuits
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Krzysztof (Kris) Iniewski, Ph.D., manages R&D development at Redlen Technologies Inc., a start-up company in British Columbia, and is also Executive Director of CMOS Emerging Technologies Inc. (www.cmoset.com). From 2004 to 2006 he was Associate Professor in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering Department of the University of Alberta, where he conducted research on low power wireless circuits and systems. Iniewski has published over 100 research papers and holds 18 international patents. He is the author of Nanoelectronics.

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