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Li, Xiaochao / Xing, Jianli / Lin, Jianjun

CMOS AD Converters Design

Together with Tsinghua University Press

    99,95 € / $114.99 / £91.00*

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    Publication Date:
    2020
    Copyright year:
    2020
    To be published:
    February 2020
    ISBN
    978-3-11-048774-9
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    Overview

    Addresses CMOS circuit design based on AD converters. Focuses on high-speed AD conversion. Also suitable for industrial users.

    Aims and Scope

    This book is a self-contained introduction on algorithms and architectures of high-speed AD converters and applications in analog and digital circuits. Converter-oriented methodology, workflows and performances of key modules are discussed systematically, and tools are explained in detail to walk readers through designing process. Written in a practical way, this book is an essential reference for researchers and engineers in IC industry.

    Details

    24.0 x 17.0 cm
    Approx. x, 240 pages
    50 Fig. 0 Tables
    Language:
    English
    Type of Publication:
    Monograph

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    Xiaochao Li, Jianli Xing, Xiamen University, Haijun Lin, Xiamen University of Technology, Xiamen, China

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    Table of Content:Chapter 1 Introduction1.1ADC design overview1.2 Integrated circuit designing tools1.3 ADC integrated circuit design processChapter 2 ADC algorithms and architecture2.1 ADC algorithms2.2 Implementation of ADC architecture2.3 Performance evaluation2.4 Speed, accuracy, power consumptionChapter 3 Bandgap voltage reference3.1 Voltage references with negative temperature coefficient3.2 Voltage references with positive temperature coefficient of3.3 Bandgap reference and bandgap voltage3.4 Temperature coefficient for bandgap voltage3.5 Bandgap voltage circuitChapter 4 Biasing circuit and mirror current source4.1 Biasing circuit and concepts4.2 Mirror current source4.2.1 the image current source 804.3 Resistance to voltage disturbance 914.4 Amplifier bias circuit designChapter 5 Operational transconductance amplifier5.1 Architecture of amplifier5.2 Common-mode feedback circuit5.3 Frequency feedback of amplifier5.4 Cascode amplifier 1255.5 Amplifier design and optimizationChapter 6 Comparator circuit6.1 Introduction6.2 Parameters6.3 Structure - Latched Comparator, Pre-amplifier Comparator, Dynamic Comparator, Chopper Inverter Comparator6.4 Increasing the accuracy of comparators6.4.1 the input offset voltage of 1466.5 Speed analysis6.6 Examples in practical designChapter 7 Amplifier offset and chopper7.1 Gap between actual and ideal operation and amplification7.2 Bipolar differential input offset voltage7.3 MOS differential input offset voltage7.4 Chopper amplifierChapter 8th Samples and MDAC circuit8.1 Basic concepts of sampling8.2 Switched-capacitor sample/hold circuit 1908.3 Error analysis8.4 MDAC circuitChapter CMOS workflow and layout design9.1 Workflow9.2 IC layout9.3 Devices - N+, P+, n-well resistance, polysilicon resistor9.4 Latch-up effect and layout9.5 ESD protection and layoutReferences

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