High-speed, power-efficient analog integrated circuits can be used as standalone devices or to interface modern digital signal processors and micro-controllers in various applications, including multimedia, communication, instrumentation, and control systems. New architectures and low device geometry of complementary metaloxidesemiconductor (CMOS) technologies have accelerated the movement toward system on a chip design, which merges analog circuits with digital, and radio-frequency components.
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. Mixed-Signal Integrated Systems: Limitations and Challenges. Data Converter Principles. Nyquist Digital-to-Analog Converters. Nyquist Analog-to-Digital Converters. Delta-Sigma Data Converters. Circuits for Signal Generation and Synchronization. Appendix A: Logic Building Blocks. Appendix B: Notes on Circuit Analysis.