Analog Integrated Circuit Design by Johns, David A.
John Wiley and Sons Ltd | 05 December 1996
Paperback | 720 pages
Offers a modern look at analog integrated circuit design. Covering everything from processing steps to models to high level circuit design issues, the authors make it a point to emphasize the "real--life" implications of this material for the circuit designer as a professional. This text presents a concise treatment of the wide array of knowledge required for integrated circuit design. Emphasis on the most important and fundamental principles in creating state--of--the--art analog circuits. Coverage includes contemporary topics such as dynamically matched current mirrors, digital error correction and interpolation, and folding D/D converters.