Cmos circuit design layout and simulation
CMOS: Circuit Design, Layout, and Simulation by R. Jacob Baker
CMOS: Circuit Design, Layout, and SimulationRevised Second Edition
from the Technical Reviewers
A refreshing industrial flavor. Design concepts are presented as they are needed for just-in-time learning. Simulating and designing circuits using SPICE is emphasized with literally hundreds of examples. Very few textbooks contain as much detail as this one. Highly recommended!
Paul M. Furth, New Mexico State University
This book builds a solid knowledge of CMOS circuit design from the ground up. With coverage of process integration, layout, analog and digital models, noise mechanisms, memory circuits, references, amplifiers, PLLs/DLLs, dynamic circuits, and data converters, the text is an excellent reference for both experienced and novice designers alike.
Tyler J. Gomm, Design Engineer, Micron Technology, Inc.
The Second Edition builds upon the success of the first with new chapters that cover additional material such as oversampled converters and non-volatile memories. This is becoming the de facto standard textbook to have on every analog and mixed-signal designers bookshelf.
Joe Walsh, Design Engineer, AMI Semiconductor
CMOS circuits from design to implementation
CMOS: Circuit Design, Layout, and Simulation, Revised Second Edition covers the practical design of both analog and digital integrated circuits, offering a vital, contemporary view of a wide range of analog/digital circuit blocks, the BSIM model, data converter architectures, and much more. This edition takes a two-path approach to the topics: design techniques are developed for both long- and short-channel CMOS technologies and then compared. The results are multidimensional explanations that allow readers to gain deep insight into the design process. Features include:
Updated materials to reflect CMOS technologys movement into nanometer sizes
Discussions on phase- and delay-locked loops, mixed-signal circuits, data converters, and circuit noise
More than 1,000 figures, 200 examples, and over 500 end-of-chapter problems
In-depth coverage of both analog and digital circuit-level design techniques
Real-world process parameters and design rules
The books Web site, CMOSedu.com, provides: solutions to the books problems; additional homework problems without solutions; SPICE simulation examples using HSPICE, LTspice, and WinSpice; layout tools and examples for actually fabricating a chip; and videos to aid learning
SRAM 6T - circuit explanation and read operation
Regardless of one's integrated circuit IC design skill level, this book allows readers to experience both the theory behind, and the hands-on implementation of, complementary metal oxide semiconductor CMOS IC design via detailed derivations, discussions, and hundreds of design, layout, and simulation examples.
R. Jacob Baker
CMOS: Circuit Design, Layout, and Simulation
The fourth edition of CMOS: Circuit Design, Layout, and Simulation is an updated guide to the practical design of both analog and digital integrated circuits. CMOS includes discussions that detail the trade-offs and considerations when designing at the transistor-level. The companion website contains numerous examples for many computer-aided design CAD tools. Using the website enables readers to recreate, modify, or simulate the design examples presented throughout the book. In addition, the author includes hundreds of end-of-chapter problems to enhance understanding of the content presented.
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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. Certified Buyer , Kolkata.
Design concepts are presented as they are needed for 'just-in-time' learning. Very few textbooks contain as much detail as this one. Highly recommended! Furth, New Mexico State University. This is becoming the de facto standard textbook to have on every analog and mixed-signal designer's bookshelf.