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By Wouter A. Serdijn, Jan Mulder, Paul Poort, Michiel Kouwenhoven, Arie van Staveren (auth.), Johan Huijsing, Rudy van de Plassche, Willy Sansen (eds.)

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ISBN-13: 9781441950710

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This quantity of Analog Circuit Design concentrates on 3 themes: Volt Electronics; layout and Implementation of Mixed-Mode structures; Low-Noise and RF energy Amplifiers for Telecommunication. The e-book contains six papers on every one subject written through the world over recognized specialists. those papers are educational in nature and jointly make a considerable contribution to enhancing the layout of analog circuits. The e-book is split into 3 components:
half I, Volt Electronics, provides many of the circuit layout demanding situations that are having to be met because the want for extra electronics on a chip forces smaller transistor dimensions, and hence reduce breakdown voltages. The papers disguise suggestions for 1-Volt electronics.
half II, layout and Implementation of Mixed-Mode platforms, bargains with some of the difficulties which are encountered in combined analog-digital layout. sooner or later, all built-in circuits are absolute to comprise either electronic and analog sub-blocks. difficulties corresponding to substrate jump and different substrate coupling results reason deterioration in sign integrity. either elements of mixed-signal layout were addressed during this part and it illustrates that cautious structure recommendations embedded in a hierarchical layout technique can let us deal with many of the demanding situations provided via combined analog-digital layout.
half III, Low-noise and RF energy Amplifiers for Telecommunication, specializes in telecommunications platforms. In those structures low-noise amplifiers are front-ends of receiver designs. on the transmitter half a high-performance, high-efficiency strength amplifier is a severe layout. Examples of either procedure elements are defined during this part.
Analog Circuit Design is a vital reference resource for analog layout engineers and researchers wishing to maintain abreast with the most recent advancements within the box. the educational nature of the contributions additionally makes it appropriate to be used in a complicated direction.

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The dynamic range (DR) is defined on the lower side by the minimum signal for which the SNR is equal to a given value (typically 0 dB) and on the other side by the maximum signal for a given distortion (or intermodulation). The minimum signal is identical for both class A and class AB circuits, assuming that they have equal bias currents, capacitors and noise excess factors. For class A circuits, the maximum signal is ultimately limited by the bias current, whereas for class AB circuits it might be limited to a higher value depending on the linearity performance which is only limited by nonideal effects (such as those resulting in a deviation ofthe 1-V characteristic from the ideal expanding law, base currents in bipolar implementations, mismatches, ...

B) Foldedjunctions with capaci- c) Foldedjunctions with tor connected to emitter. 4: Basic implementations ofLV log-domain filters in bipolar or BiCMOS (bias not shown). I I log. compressor : log-domain integrator I exp. expandor a) Capacitor connected to emitter. log. compressor log-domain integrator exp. expandor b) Capacitor connected to base (and collector for bias purpose). Fig. 5: Two examples ofLV BiCMOS log-domain integrators. 45 Q2 and C are forming the log-domain integrator. Transistor ~ is used as an adjustable level shifter and Qs accomplishes the exponential expansion.

Huijsing et al. ), Analog Circuit Design © Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 1999 34 tion without prohibitively increasing the power consumption of analog circuits is to use either syllabic [9]-[ 11] or instantaneous voltage companding [12]-[15]. As discussed in [12]-[15] this technique requires the input signal to be predistorted in order to avoid any distortion due to the nonlinear operation inherent to the instantaneous companding. The log-domain approach uses instantaneous companding where the currents, having basically an unlimited dynamic range (DR), are compressed logarithmically when transformed into voltages and expanded exponentially when converted back to currents [16]-[47].

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