The purpose of this book is to describe the operating principles of analog MOS integrated circuits and to teach the reader how to design and use such circuits. Examples of these devices include switched-capacitor filters, analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog converters, amplifiers, modulators, oscillators and so on. The main emphasis is on the physical operation and on the design process. It is hoped that the book will be used as a senior- or graduate-level text in the electrical engineering curriculum of universities and also as training and reference material for industrial circuit designers. To increase the usefulness of the book as a text for classroom teaching, numerous problems are included at the end of each chapter; these problems may be used for homework assignments. To enhance its value as a design reference, tables and numerical design examples are included to clarify the step-by-step processes involved. The first three chapters provide a concise, basic-level and clear description of the general properties of analog MOS integrated circuits, and the required background in mathematics and semiconductor device physics.
The remainder of the book is devoted to the design of the actual circuits, the practical problems encountered and their solutions, and some examples of system applications.
MOS Devices as Circuit Elements.
MOS Operational Amplifiers.
Nonfiltering Applications of Switched-Capacitor Circuits.
Nonideal Effects in Switched-Capacitor Circuits.
Systems Considerations and Applications.
Series: Wiley Series on Filters: Design, Manufacturing and Applications
Number Of Pages: 624
Published: 24th April 1986
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 24.6 x 16.25
Weight (kg): 0.98
Edition Number: 1