Download Designing Analog Chips by Hans Camenzind, A comprehensive introduction to CMOS and bipolar analog IC design. The book presumes no prior information of linear design, making it comprehensible to engineers with a non-analog background. the emphasis is on practical design, covering the entire field with many examples to explain the choices. concepts are presented following the history of their discovery.

CONTENTS-

Analog World


1 Devices
Semiconductors
The Diode
The Bipolar Transistor
The Integrated Circuit
Integrated NPN Transistors
The Case of the Lateral PNP Transistor
CMOS Transistors
The Substrate PNP Transistor
Diodes
Zener Diodes
Resistors
Capacitors
Other Processes
CMOS vs. Bipolar


2 Simulation
What You Can Simulate
DC Analysis
AC Analysis
Transient Analysis
The Big Question of Variations
Models
The Diode Model
The Bipolar Transistor Model
The Model for the Lateral PNP Transistor
MOS Transistor Models
Resistor Models
Models for Capacitors
Pads and Pins
Just How Accurate is a Model?


3 Current Mirrors


4 The Royal Differential Pair


5 Current Sources
Bipolar
CMOS
The Ideal Current Source


6 Time Out: Analog Measures
dB
RMS
Noise
Fourier Analysis, Distortion
Frequency Compensation


7 Bandgap References
Low-Voltage Bandgap References
CMOS Bandgap References


8 Op Amps
Bipolar Op-Amps
CMOS Op-Amps
Auto-Zero Op-Amps


9 Comparators


10 Transconductance Amplifiers


11 Timers and Oscillators
Simulation of Oscillators
LC Oscillators
Crystal Oscillators


12 Phase-Locked Loops


13 Filters
Active Filters, Low-Pass
High-Pass Filters
Band-Pass Filters
Switched-Capacitor Filters


14 Power
Linear Regulators
Low Drop-Out Regulators
Switching Regulators
Linear Power Amplifiers
Switching Power Amplifiers


15 A to D and D to A
Digital to Analog Converters
Analog to Digital Converters
The Delta-Sigma Converter


16 Odds and Ends
Gilbert Cell
Multipliers
Peak Detectors
Rectifiers and Averaging Circuits
Thermometers
Zero-Crossing Detectors


17 Layout
Bipolar Transistors
Lateral PNP Transistors
Resistors
CMOS Transistors
Matching
Cross-Unders
Kelvin Connections
Metal Runs and Ground Connections
Back-Lapping and Gold-Plating
DRC and LVS

References

Index