Analog Vlsi: Signal And Information Processing (McGraw-Hill Series In Electrical And Computer Engineering)

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ISBN : 9780070323865
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Analog Vlsi: Signal and Information Processing (McGraw-Hill series in electrical and computer engineering)

This book presents the first comprehensive treatment of analog VLSI design for signal and information processing applications by blending the basic design concepts of both traditional and contemporary analog VLSI. The breadth and level of details of topics covered are unique, reflecting the birth of a new generation of analog VLSI circuits. Each chapter provides basic introductory material in a tutorial manner, with examples or case studies at the circuit and/or system level.
Outstanding features of the text include coverage of the latest in analog VLSI putting students and practicing engineers on the cutting edge of this exciting field; thorough coverage of topics unique to this book including low-voltage, BiCMOS, current-mode and neural information processing, oversampled data converters, statistical design, analog testability, analog CAD, analog layout, and analog VLSI interconnects; avoids lengthy coverage of device physics and IC fabrication and goes straight to the design and applications of analog VLSI circuits; extensive use of SPICE in numerous examples and problem sets; worked examples (from a realistic-silicon chip) and end-of-chapter problems assist reader comprehension; and an instructor's manual containing a complete listing of problem solutions and SPICE netlists.

Product dimensions : 10x1.25x6.75 inches
Product weight : 2.6 pounds

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