By Frank op 't Eynde, Willy M.C. Sansen
It is a brilliant honor to supply an advent for Dr. Frank Op 't Eynde's and Dr. Willy Sansen's publication "Analog Interfaces for electronic sign Processing Systems". the sector of analog built-in circuit layout is present process speedy evolution. The pervasiveness of electronic processing has significantly converted the micro-system architectures: the analog a part of complicated combined platforms is a growing number of driven on the boundary limits of the processing chain. furthermore, the elevated functionality of electronic circuits, by way of accuracy and velocity, are making the specification requisites of analog circuits very strict. as well as this, the expertise, offer voltage and gear intake of analog circuits needs to be appropriate with these, average for electronic circuits. consequently, in a couple of phrases, analog circuits have gotten advanced and specialized interfaces among the genuine global and electronic sign processing domain names. This technological evolution will be observed by means of an equivalently quick evolution in dressmaker potential. wisdom of advanced sign dealing with can be fast changed via knowledge of easy yet very actual and extremely speedy sign processing and an effective heritage in information conversion suggestions. All of this by utilizing the CMOS (and very likely BiCMOS) technology.
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A. W/L. b) where 10 the quiescent drain current and V GS is the DC gate bias voltage. 16) - 45- Low-DISTORTION CMOS AMPUFIER DESIGN a Z FB =_1_ jWCc voul c d Fig. 1. Basic Transistor configurations a) common emitter stage, b) differential pair, c) Miller compensated amplifier, d) Miller compensated amplifier withfeedback For frequencies, well below the pole frequency, this result agrees with the result obtained with the Taylor series method . But for high frequencies, the magnitude of ZL(2rod is only half of the magnitude of ZL(ooo) and hence, there is a difference of 6 dB.
In reality, these harmonics will occur. However, it is impossible to estimate them with a simple square-law assumption. 2. A differential pair When the differential pair of Fig. b. is perfectly symmetrical. 3 A Miller compensated output stage In Fig. , the principle small-signal schematic of a Miller-compensated amplifier is depicted. The compensation capacitor forms a feedback path around the output stage. The objective of this paragraph is to investigate the influence of this internal feedback to the open loop distortion of the amplifier .
Fig. 10. shows a microphotograph of the chip. For the most critical transistors, a waffle layout is applied. The others are realised with an interdigitated layout. In order to obtain a good bulk connection even for high frequencies and to prevent latchup problems, the transistors are surrounded by bulk contacts. In this way, the bulk resistance is minimised. In order to reduce the parasitic source and drain series resistances, multiple diffusion contacts are provided. The amplifier gain can be derived from scattering parameter measurements  [II].
Analog Interfaces for Digital Signal Processing Systems by Frank op 't Eynde, Willy M.C. Sansen