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Adaptive Techniques for Mixed Signal System on Chip

Fayed, Ayman, Ismail, Mohammed

2006, XIII, 178 p.

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Analog and mixed signal integrated systems of today and tomorrow will be very complex as they meet the challenge and increased demand for higher levels of integration in a System on Chip (SoC). Current and future trends call for pushing system integration to the highest levels in order to achieve low cost and low power for large volume products in the consumer and telecom markets, such as feature-rich handheld battery-operated devices.

In today’s analog design environment, a fully integrated CMOS SoC design may require several silicon spins before it meets all product specifications and often with relatively low yields. This results in significant increase in development cost, especially that mask set costs increase exponentially as feature size scales down.

The techniques described in this book should lead to quantum improvement in design productivity of complex analog and mixed signal systems while significantly cutting the spiraling costs of product development in emerging nanometer technologies. The underlying principles and design techniques presented are generic and would certainly apply to CMOS analog and mixed signal platforms in high volume , low

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Adaptive Architectures - Analog,RF and mixed signal - CMOS - Equalization - Ethernet - High-Speed Transceivers - Resistor Tuning - SoC - Symbol - System on chip - Transceiver - Transconductors - development - integrated circuit - system on chip (SoC)

Related subjects » Circuits & Systems - Electronics & Electrical Engineering - Mechanical Engineering - Signals & Communication

Table of contents / Sample pages 

1. Introduction. 1.1 Categories of Variations in Analog and Mixed Signal ICs. 1.2 The Essence of Adaptation. 1.3 The process of Adaptation. 1.4 Book Outline. 2. Adaptive Architectures. 2.1 Automatic Tuning. 2.2 Post Fabrication Tuning. 2.3 Summary. 3. Tunable Elements. 3.1 Voltage-Controlled Transconductors. 3.2 Comparators. 3.3 Summary. 4. On Chip Resistors and Capasitors. 4.1 Passive Resistors. 4.2 Passive Capasitors. 4.3 Summary. 5. A Digital Adaptive Technique for On-Chip Resistors. 5.1 The Calibration Technique. 5.2 Practical Advantages and Limitations. 5.3 Applications. 5.4 Summary. 6. Equalization. 6.1 Intersymbol Interference. 6.2 Eye Diagrams. 6.3 Equalization Architectures. 6.4 Implementation Techniques. 6.5 Summary. 7. An Analog Adaptive Equalizer for Wire Line Transceivers. 7.1 Motivation. 7.2 Transmission Channel Modeling. 7.3 A Feed-Forward Adaptive Equalizor. 7.4 Simulation Results. 7.5 Measurements Results. 7.6 Summary. Bibliography. Index.

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