There are over 1000 pages that cover the practical design of both analog and digital ICs. This edition takes a two-pronged approach to the topics by discussing design techniques for both long- and short-channel technologies and then comparing the two. Among the many topics discussed are phase- and delay-locked loops, mixed-signal circuits, data converters, and circuit noise.
The book is appropriate for students, researchers, and working engineers. There are 200 examples and more than 500 end-of-chapter problems. An associated web site provides Spice simulation netlists for the circuit examples. Readers can also download CAD software and a Spice simulator so they can modify, experiment with, and test the given circuits. By using the software, the book becomes a truly interactive learning experience.
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