The book presents design methods for analog integrated circuits with improved electrical performance. It describes different equivalent transistor models, design methods, and fabrication considerations for high-density integrated circuits in nanometer CMOS processes, and it analyzes circuit architectures that are suitable for analog building blocks. Highlighting various design challenges, the text offers a complete understanding of architectural- and transistor-level design issues of analog integrated circuits. It examines important trends in the design of high-speed and power-efficient front-end analog circuits that can be used for signal conditioning, filtering, and detection applications.
- Offers a comprehensive resource for mastering the analysis of analog integrated circuits.
- Describes circuit-level details of high-speed and power-efficient analog building blocks.
- Explores design methods based on various MOS transistor models (MOSFET, FinFET).
- Provides mathematical derivations of all equations and formulas.
- Emphasizes practical aspects relevant to integrated circuit implementation.
- Includes open-ended circuit design case studies.
Table of Contents
MOS Transistors. Physical Design of MOS Integrated Circuits. Bias and Current Reference Circuits. CMOS Amplifiers. Nonlinear Analog Components. Continuous-Time Circuits. Switched-Capacitor Circuits. Appendix A: Transistor sizing in building blocks. Appendix B: Signal-Flow Graph. Appendix C: Notes on track-and-hold circuit analysis.
Tertulien Ndjountche holds a PhD degree in electrical engineering from Erlangen-Nuremberg University, Erlangen, Germany. He was with Siemens AG, Germany, where he was involved in the design and test of application specific integrated circuits for automotive and biomedical applications. He has worked as a professor and researcher at universities in Germany and Canada. He has published numerous technical papers and books in his fields of interest. He is a senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and a member of Professional Engineer Ontario (PEO), Canada.