Analog Circuit Design : High-Speed Analog-to-Digital Converters, Mixed Signal Design; PLLs and Synthesizers

This book contains the extended and revised editions of all the talks of the ninth AACD Workshop held in Hotel Bachmair, April 11 - 13 2000 in Rottach-Egem, Germany. The local organization was managed by Rudolf Koch of Infineon Technologies AG, Munich, Germany. The program consisted of six tutorials...

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Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Other Authors: Plassche, Rudy J. van de (Editor), Huijsing, Johan (Editor), Sansen, Willy M.C. (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New York, NY Springer US 2000, 2000
Edition:1st ed. 2000
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505 0 |a High-Speed Analog-to-Digital Converters -- Speed-Power-Accuracy Trade-off in high-speed Analog-to-digital converters: Now in the future... -- A dual mode 700 Msamples/s 6-bit, 200 Msamples/s 7-bit A/D converter in 0.25 micron digital CMOS -- A 3.3 V 12b 50-Ms/s A/D converter in 0.6 micron CMOS with over 80-dB SFDR -- A 10-bit 20–30 MSPS CMOS subranging ADC with 9.5 Effective bits at Nyquist -- A 2.5 MHz output-rate delta-sigma ADC with 90dB SNR and 102dB SFDR -- A 13-bit bandpass sigma-delta modulator for 10.7 MHz digital IF with a 40 MHz sampling rate -- II: Mixed Signal Design -- System-level design issues for mixed-signal ICs and telecom frontends -- Mixed signal: Design issues -- Top-down design of mixed-signal circuits -- Computer aided design for integrated systems -- Mixed mode sigma-delta ADC design for high-quality audio -- Mixed mode telecom design -- III: PLL’s and Synthesizers -- On placing multiple inductor-based VCOs on the same mixed-signal substrate -- Fully i 
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520 |a This book contains the extended and revised editions of all the talks of the ninth AACD Workshop held in Hotel Bachmair, April 11 - 13 2000 in Rottach-Egem, Germany. The local organization was managed by Rudolf Koch of Infineon Technologies AG, Munich, Germany. The program consisted of six tutorials per day during three days. Experts in the field presented these tutorials and state of the art information is communicated. The audience at the end of the workshop selects program topics for the following workshop. The program committee, consisting of Johan Huijsing of Delft University of Technology, Willy Sansen of Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and Rudy van de Plassche of Broadcom Netherlands BV Bunnik elaborates the selected topics into a three-day program and selects experts in the field for presentation. Each AACD Workshop has given rise to publication of a book by Kluwer entitled "Analog Circuit Design". A series of nine books in a row provides valuable information and good overviews of all analog circuit techniques concerning design, CAD, simulation and device modeling. These books can be seen as a reference to those people involved in analog and mixed signal design. The aim of the workshop is to brainstorm on new and valuable design ideas in the area of analog circuit design. It is the hope of the program committee that this ninth book continues the tradition of emerging contributions to the design of analog and mixed signal systems in Europe and the rest of the world