Fakhfakh, Mourad, Tlelo-Cuautle, Esteban, Castro-Lopez, Rafael (Eds.)
2013, XII, 381 p. 268 illus.
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First book that collects theories, design methods, sizing techniques and applications of all kinds of analog/RF and mixed-signal circuits/systems
Presents new optimization techniques and their application and integration in the analog/RF and mixed-signal synthesis and design fields
Describes how to analyze, synthesize, design, size, and optimize performances of a circuit
Despite the fact that in the digital domain, designers can take full benefits of IPs and design automation tools to synthesize and design very complex systems, the analog designers’ task is still considered as a ‘handcraft’, cumbersome and very time consuming process. Thus, tremendous efforts are being deployed to develop new design methodologies in the analog/RF and mixed-signal domains.
This book collects 16 state-of-the-art contributions devoted to the topic of systematic design of analog, RF and mixed signal circuits. Divided in the two parts Methodologies and Techniques recent theories, synthesis techniques and design methodologies, as well as new sizing approaches in the field of robust analog and mixed signal design automation are presented for researchers and R/D engineers.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Analog/RF Circuit Systematic Design - Circuit and System Theory and Applications - Circuits - Mixed-Signal Circuit Systematic Design