Frequency-Scaling and -Transformation Techniques


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Frequency-Scaling and -Transformation Techniques
1010601 Frequency-Scaling and -Transformation TechniquesVLSI analog filters are frequency-domain signal processing circuits that are typically specified and implemented in the frequency-domain. The behaviors of analog filters are usually characterized by their steady-state gain and phase responses, which are commonly presented by the Bode plots. Although in certain design applications, they may also be specified by their time-domain parameters such as their group delays. Frequency-scaling techniques allow the filter frequency responses, such as the gain and phase responses, to be scaled proportionally in the frequency- domain to meet the given design specifications by keeping the…
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Hongjiang Song, Ph.D.: VLSI Analog Circuits: Algorithms, Architecture, Modeling, and Circuit Implementation, Second Edition. Frequency-Scaling and -Transformation Techniques, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2017), AccessEngineering Export