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Author Schneider, Márcio Cherem.

Title CMOS analog design using all-region MOSFET modeling / Márcio Cherem Schneider and Carlos Galup-Montoro
Published Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2010
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Description 1 online resource (xvii, 486 pages) : illustrations
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Contents Cover -- Half-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Preface -- 1 Introduction to analog CMOS design -- 1.1. Analog design -- 1.1.1. The need for analog design -- 1.1.2. Tradeoffs in analog design -- 1.1.3. The importance of component modeling -- 1.2. Bipolar and metal8211;oxide8211;semiconductor field-effect transistors -- 1.2.1. p8211;n Junctions -- 1.2.2. Bipolar junction transistors -- 1.2.3. MOS field-effect transistors -- 1.2.4. Important differences between BJTs and MOSFETs -- 1.3. Analog bipolar and MOS integrated circuits -- 1.3.1. Analysis and design of integrated circuits -- 1.3.2. Design of common-emitter and common-source amplifiers -- Problems -- References -- 2 Advanced MOS transistor modeling -- 2.1 Fundamentals of the MOSFET model -- 2.1.1 Electrons and holes in semiconductors -- 2.1.2 The two-terminal MOS structure -- 2.1.3 Accumulation, depletion, and inversion (for p-type substrates) -- 2.1.4 The small-signal equivalent circuit of the two-terminal MOS (for p-type substrates) -- 2.1.5 The three-terminal MOS structure and the unified charge-control model (UCCM) -- 2.1.6 The pinch-off voltage -- 2.1.7 The Pao8211;Sah exact I-V model -- 2.1.8 A charge-sheet formula for the current -- 2.1.9 A charge-control compact model -- 2.1.10 Threshold voltage -- 2.2 A design-oriented MOSFET model -- 2.2.1 Forward and reverse components of the drain current -- 2.2.2 Universal dc characteristics -- 2.2.3 MOSFET operation in weak and strong inversion -- 2.2.4 Small-signal transconductances -- 2.3 Dynamic MOSFET models -- 2.3.1 Stored charges -- 2.3.2 Capacitive coefficients -- 2.3.3 Capacitances of the extrinsic transistor -- 2.3.4 A non-quasi-static small-signal model -- 2.3.5 A quasi-static small-signal model -- 2.3.6 The intrinsic transition frequency -- 2.4 Shorthannel effects in MOSFETs -- 2.4.1 Effective mobility -- 2.4.2 Velocity saturation -- 2.4.3 Channel-length modulation -- 2.4.4 Drain-induced barrier lowering -- 2.4.5 Output conductance in saturation -- 2.4.6 Gate tunneling currents -- 2.4.7 Bulk current -- Appendices -- A2.1 Semiconductor charges -- A2.2 Drain- and source-associated inversion charges -- A2.3 Summary of n-channel MOSFET equations: UCCM, current, charges, transconductances, and capacitances including short-channel effects -- A2.4 An alternative low-frequency small-signal model of the MOSFET in saturation -- Problems -- References -- 3 CMOS technology, components, and layout techniques -- 3.1 An overview of CMOS technology -- 3.1.1 Basic process steps in monolithic IC fabrication -- 3.1.2 Generic deep-submicron CMOS process flow -- 3.1.3 Main parameters in 350- 180- and 90-mm processes -- 3.2 Devices in CMOS technology -- 3.2.1 Resistors -- 3.2.2 Capacitors -- 3.2.3 Inductors -- 3.2.4 Bipolar transistors -- 3.3 Latchup -- 3.4 Analog layout issues -- 3.4.1 Optical lithography -- 3.4.2 Mask layout and design rules -- 3.4.3 MOSFET layout -- Problems -- References -- 4 Temporal and spatial fluctuations in MOSFETs -- 4.1 Types of noise -- 4.1.1 Thermal noise -- 4.1.2 Shot noise -- 4.1.3 Flicker noise -- 4.2. Modeling the drainurrent fluctuations in MOSFETs -- 4.3 Thermal noise in MOSFETs -- 4.3.1 Channel thermal noise -- 4.3.2 Shorth-channel effects on channel thermal noise -- 4.3.3 I
Summary Covering the essentials of analog circuit design, this book takes a unique design approach based on a MOSFET model valid for all operating regions, rather than the standard square-law model. Opening chapters focus on device modeling, integrated circuit technology, and layout, whilst later chapters go on to cover noise and mismatch, and analysis and design of the basic building blocks of analog circuits, such as current mirrors, voltage references, voltage amplifiers, and operational amplifiers. An introduction to continuous-time filters is also provided, as are the basic principles of sampled-data circuits, especially switched-capacitor circuits. The final chapter then reviews MOSFET models and describes techniques to extract design parameters. With numerous design examples and exercises also included, this is ideal for students taking analog CMOS design courses and also for circuit designers who need to shorten the design cycle
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Linear integrated circuits -- Design and construction.
Metal oxide semiconductors, Complementary.
Form Electronic book
Author Galup-Montoro, Carlos.
ISBN 0511795610 (electronic bk.)
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