This new book on Analog Circuit Design contains the revised contributions of all the tutorial speakers of the eight workshop AACD (Advances in Analog Circuit Design), which was held at Nice, France on March 23-25, 1999. The workshop was organized by Yves Leduc of TI Nice, France. The program committee consisted of Willy Sansen, K.U.Leuven, Belgium, Han Huijsing, T.U.Delft, The Netherlands and Rudy van de Plassche, T.U.Eindhoven, The Netherlands. The aim of these AACD workshops is to bring together a restricted group of about 100 people who are personally advancing the frontiers of analog circuit design to brainstorm on new possibilities and future developments in a restricted number of fields. They are concentrated around three topics. In each topic six speakers give a tutorial presentation. Eighteen papers are thus included in this book. The topics of 1999 are: (X)DSL and other communication systems RF MOST models Integrated filters and oscillators The other topics, which have been coverd before, are: 1992 Operational amplifiers A-D Converters Analog CAD 1993 Mixed-mode A+D design Sensor interfaces Communication circuits 1994 Low-power low-voltage design Integrated filters Smart power 1995 Low-noise low-power low-voltge design Mixed-mode design with CAD tools Voltage, current and time references vii viii 1996 RF CMOS circuit design Bandpass sigma-delta and other data converters Translinear circuits 1997 RF A-D Converters Sensor and actuator interfaces Low-noise oscillators, PLL's and synthesizers 1998 I-Volt electronics Design and implementation of mixed-mode systems Low-noise amplifiers and RF power amplifiers for telecommunications
Preface. Part I: (X)DSL and other Communication Systems. Introduction. Building an ADSL Modem, the Basics; J.P. Cornil. ADSL CODEC Architecture that Minimizes DSP Computational Burden; R.K. Hester. A 3.3 V 15-bit Delta-Sigma ADC with a Signal Bandwidth of 1.1 MHz for ADSL-Applications; Y. Geerts, et al. Transmitter & Receiver Clipping Mitigation in DMT Transceivers; D.J.G. Mestdagh, L.B. Olsson. Survey of the State of the Art Analog Front End Circuit Techniques for ADSL; C.D. Cabler. Part II: RF MOST Models. Introduction. RF CMOS Modelling; L.T. Tiemeijer, et al. Physics Based Accurate Extraction of LEFF and RS for Deep Submicron Mosfets; K.M. De Meyer, S. Biesemans. Recent Developments in BSIM for CMOS RF ac and Noise Modeling; J.J. Ou, et al. MOS Transistor Modeling Issues for RF Circuit Design; C. Enz, Y. Cheng. RF Modelling and characterisation of SOI and bulk MOSFET's; R. Gillon, et al. Microwave Noise Modeling of CMOS Transistors; T. Manku. Part III: Integrated Filters and Oscillators. Introduction. Specific Aspects of high frequency Gm-C filters; W. Dehaene. Tunable bipolar and biCMOS Gm-C filters for high-frequencies; H. Voorman, H. Veenstra. High Speed Analog Filters Using Scaled CMOS Technology; R. Castello, et al. Analog RC Polyphase Filter and Mixer Design for Large Image Rejection; F. Behbahani, A.A. Abidi. Passive Integrated RF Filters; N.J. Pulsford. Integrated GHz Voltage Controlled Oscillators; P. Kinget.
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