MOST RF Circuits, Sigma-Delta Converters and Translinear Circuits
Sansen, Willy, Huijsing, Johan, van de Plassche, Rudy J. (Eds.)
1996, VIII, 410 p.
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This book contains the revised contributions of all the speakers of the fifth AACD Workshop which was held in Lausanne on April 2-4, 1996. It was organized by Dr Vlado Valence of the EPFL University and MEAD of Lausanne. The program consisted of six tutorials per day during three days. The tutorials were presented by experts in the field. They were selected by a program committee consisting of Prof. Willy Sansen of the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Prof. Rudy van de Plassche of Philips Research and the University of Technology Eindhoven and Prof. 10han Huijsing of the Delft University of Technology. The three topics mentioned above have been selected because of their importance in present days analog design. The other topics that have been discussed before are: in 1992 : Operational amplifiers Analog to digital convereters Analog computer aided design in 1993 : Mixed AID cicuit design Sensor interface circuits Communication circuits in 1994 : Low-power low-voltage design Integrated filters Smart power circuits in 1995 : Low-noise, low-power, low-voltage design Mixed-mode design with CAD tools Voltage, current and time references Each AACD workhop has given rise to the publication of a book by Kluwer entitled "Analog Circuit Design". This is thus the fifth book. This series of books provides a valuable overview of all analog circuit design techniques and achievements. It is a reference for whoever is engaged in this discipline.
Preface. Part I: Most RF Circuit Design. Introduction. 1. RF modelling of MOSFETs; D.B.M. Klaassen, et al. 2. High Integration CMOS RF Transceivers; F. Brianti, et al. 3. 2 GHz RF Circuits in BiCMOS Process; J.M. Fournier, P. Senn. 4. RF CMOS Design, Some Untold Pitfalls; M. Steyaert, et al. 5. Silicon Integration for Digital Cellular Communication; J. Sevenhans, et al. 6. A Monolithic 900 Mhz Spread-Spectrum Wireless Transceiver in 1-mum CMOS; A. Abidi. Part II: Bandpass Delta-Sigma and other Data Converters. Introduction. 7. Low-Power CMOS SigmaDelta modulators for speech coding. 8. Passive Sigma-Delta Modulators with Built-in Passive Mixers for Mobile Communications; B. Leung, F. Chen. 9. Design of Continuous Time Bandpass DeltaSigma modulators in CMOS; V. Peluso, et al. 10. Bandpass Delta-Sigma Converters in IF Receivers; A. Hairapetian. 11. Design and Optimization of a Third-Order Switched-capacitor Reconstruction Filters for Sigma-Delta DAC's; T. Kwan. 12. Tools For Automated Design of SigmaDelta Modulators; F. Medeiro, et al. Part III: Translinear Circuits. Introduction. 13. Aspects of Translinear Amplifier Design; B. Gilbert. 14. Variable-Gain, Variable-Transconductance, and Multiplication Techniques: A Survey; M. Hauser, et al. 15. CMOS Translinear Circuits; E. Seevinck. 16. Design of MOS Translinear Circuits Operating in Strong Inversion; R. Wiegerink. 17. Translinear Circuits in Low-Voltage Operational Amplifiers; K.-J. de Langen, et al. 18. Low-Voltage Continuous-Time Filters; R. Castello.