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CMOS Mixed-Signal Circuit Design – R Jacob Baker

From Signals, Filters, Sampling, Aliasing to Data Converters. This book covers the fundamentals of Mixed-CMOS Design.

CMOS Mixed-Signal Circuit Design - R Jacob Baker

CMOS Mixed-Signal Circuit Design – R Jacob Baker

Published by Wiley-IEEE, ISBN 978-0-470-29026-2, 2nd Edition, 2009. The book’s author is R. Jacob Baker. Examples, Tutorials, and Videos.

Some Chapters

  • Chapter 3 Analog Filters 73
  • Chapter 4 Digital Filters 119
  • Chapter 6 Data Converter Design Basics 203
  • Chapter 8 Bandpass Data Converters 285
  • Chapter 9 A High-Speed Data Converter 301

This book will fill a hole in the technical literature for an advanced-tutorial book on mixed-signal circuit design. There are no competitors in this area. Mixed-signal design is performed in industry by a select few gurus . The techniques can be found in hard-to-digest technical papers.· Data Converter Modeling· Data Converter SNR· Noise-Shaping Data Converters· Submicron CMOS Circuit Design· Implementing Data Converters· Integrator-Based CMOS Filters· At the Bench

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