Table of contents for CMOS analog circuit design / Phillip E. Allen, Douglas R. Holberg.


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Preface
Chapter 1. Introduction and Background
1.1. Analog Integrated-Circuit Design
1.2. Notation, Symbology and Terminology
1.3. Analog Signal Processing
1.4. Example of Analog VLSI Mixed-Signal Circuit Design
Chapter 2. CMOS Technology
2.1. Basic MOS Semiconductor Fabrication Processes
2.2. The pn Junction
2.3. The MOS Transistor
2.4. Passive Components
2.5. Other Considerations of CMOS Technology
2.6. Integrated Circuit Layout
Chapter 3. CMOS Device Modeling
3.1. Simple MOS Large-Signal Model (SPICE LEVEL 1)
3.2. Other MOS Large-Signal Model Parameters
3.3. Small-Signal Model for the MOS Transistor
3.4. Computer Simulation Models
3.5. Subthreshold MOS Model
3.6. SPICE Simulation of MOS Circuits
Chapter 4. Analog CMOS Subcircuits
4.1. MOS Switch
4.2. MOS Diode/Active Resistor
4.3. Current Sinks and Sources
4.4. Current Mirrors
4.5. Current and Voltage References
4.6. Bandgap Reference
Chapter 5. CMOS Amplifiers
5.1. Inverters
5.2. Differential Amplifiers
5.3. Cascode Amplifiers
5.4. Current Amplifiers
5.5. Output Amplifiers
5.6. High-Gain Amplifier Architectures
Chapter 6. CMOS Operational Amplifiers
6.1. Design of CMOS Op Amps
6.2. Compensation of Op Amps
6.3. Design of Two-Stage Op Amps
6.4. Power-Supply Rejection Ratio of Two-Stage Op Amps
6.5. Cascode Op Amps
6.6. Simulation and Measurement of Op Amps
6.7. Macromodels for Op Amps
Chapter 7. High Performance CMOS Op Amps
7.1. Buffered Op Amps
7.2. High-Speed/Frequency Op Amps
7.3. Differential-Output Op Amps
7.4. Micropower Op Amps
7.5. Low-Noise Op Amps
7.6. Low-Voltage Op Amps
Chapter 8. Comparators
8.1. Characterization of a Comparator
8.2. Two-Stage, Open-Loop Comparators
8.3. Other Open-Loop Comparators
8.4. Improving the Performance of Open-Loop Comparators
8.5. Discrete-Time Comparators
8.6. High-Speed Comparators
Chapter 9. Switched Capacitor Circuits
9.1. Switched Capacitor Circuits
9.2. Switched Capacitor Amplifiers
9.3. Switched Capacitor Integrators
9.4. z-Domain Models of Two-Phase Switched Capacitor Circuits
9.5. First-Order Switched Capacitor Circuits
9.6. Second-Order Switched Capacitor Circuits
9.7. Switched Capacitor Filters
Chapter 10. Digital-Analog and Analog-Digital Converters
10.1. Introduction and Characterization of Digital-Analog Converters
10.2. Parallel Digital-Analog Converters
10.3. Extending the Resolution of Parallel Digital-Analog Converters
10.4. Serial Digital-Analog Converters
10.5. Introduction and Characterization of Analog-Digital Converters
10.6. Serial Analog-Digital Converters
10.7. Medium-Speed Analog-Digital Converters
10.8. High-Speed Analog-Digital Converters
10.9. Oversampling Converters
Appendices
A. Circuit Analysis for Analog Circuit Design
B. CMOS Device Characterization
C. Time and Frequency Domain Relationships for Second-Order Systems
Index Functions



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Linear integrated circuits.
Metal oxide semiconductors, Complementary.