Über den Autor
Professor Arthur van Roermund has (co-)authored and edited numerous books for Springer and he is well established within the Analog Circuit Design community
Key Concepts for Accurate SC Design.- SC Amplifier Design at Black-Box Level.- Amplifier Architectures for SC Applications.- Low-Sensitivity SC BPF Concepts.- High-Accuracy d-QR SC BPF Design and Measurements.- ADC Design at Black-Box Level.- Design Criteria for Cyclic and Pipelined ADCs.- Capacitor Matching Insensitive High-Resolution Low-Power ADC Concept.- High-Accuracy ADC Design and Measurements.
This book proposes alternative switched capacitor techniques which allow the achievement of higher intrinsic analogue functional accuracy than previously possible in such application areas as analogue filter and ADC design. The validity of the concepts developed and analyzed in Switched-Capacitor Techniques for High-Accuracy Filter and ADC Design has been demonstrated in practice with the design of CMOS SC bandpass filters and algorithmic ADC stages.
New techniques allow the achievement of higher intrinsic functional accuracy beyond the accuracy of component matching alone
Clear explanation on the practical limitations and trade-offs of designing accurate CMOS switched-capacitor circuits both at system level and at basic circuit level
Real world applications requiring accurate high-Q filters (e.g. 10.7MHz radio) and accurate stage transfers in algorithmic ADCs (cyclic and pipelined) are explored in CMOS using the new techniques developed
Since most of the power in switched capacitor circuits is dissipated in the amplifiers, a lot of emphasis is placed in this work on various strategies for optimal amplifier design for sampled data applications