Cutting-edge nanoelectronic mixed-signal system design methods Written by the director of the NanoSystem Design Laboratory at the University of North Texas, this authoritative resource discusses mixed-signal circuit and system design based on existing and emerging nanoelectronic technologies. The book features coverage of both digital and analog applications using nanoscale CMOS and post-CMOS. Key techniques required for design for excellence and manufacturability are discussed in this practice-driven text. Nanoelectronic Mixed-Signal System Design covers: Opportunities and challenges of nanoscale technology and systems Emerging systems designed as analog/mixed-signal system-on-chips (AMS-SoCs) Nanoelectronics issues in design for excellence Phase-locked loop component circuits Electronic signal converter circuits Sensor circuits and systems Memory in the AMS-SoCs Mixed-signal circuit and system design flow Mixed-signal circuit and system simulation Power-, parasitic-, and thermal-aware AMS-SoC design methodologies Variability-aware AMS-SoC design methodologies Metamodel-based fast AMS-SoC design methodologies
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|Size: ||149.3 MB|
|Publisher: ||McGraw-Hill Professional|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9780071823036 (DRM-EPUB)|
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