Practical Design Aspects of VLSI Analog Filters


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Practical Design Aspects of VLSI Analog Filters
10106011030300 Practical Design Aspects of VLSI Analog FiltersPractical VLSI analog signal processing circuits suffer from various nonideal circuit effects, resulting mainly from the VLSI circuit PVT (process, supply voltage, and temperature) variations, device mismatches, device inherent and switching noises, and device nonlinearity. PVT variations may cause filter responses to deviate from the desired frequency response targets or even malfunctions. Noise and on-linearity of devices, on the other hand, may degrade the signal-to-noise (S/N) ratio of the signal processing circuit's performance. Sensitivity analysis can be used to anal…
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Hongjiang Song, Ph.D.: VLSI Analog Circuits: Algorithms, Architecture, Modeling, and Circuit Implementation, Second Edition. Practical Design Aspects of VLSI Analog Filters, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2017), AccessEngineering Export