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The design of high-frequency circuits has been made more difficult, and increasingly important, by semiconductor scaling to the nanoscale. Cicruit designers with an effective understanding of high-frequency circuit design are in increasing demand, especially with new techniques being realized. This textbook is a design-intensive overview of high-freqency integrated circuits for wireless and broadband systems. It has a unique approach by emphasizing the link between device and circuit performance, and for the first time in a textbook, layout techniques to maximize both device and circuit performance are described. Step-by-step design methods for wireless and wireline circuit bulding blocks are presented. Practical assignments and projects on RF or optical fiber circuits using nanoscale CMOS, SiGe BiCMOS and III-V technologies are included. This book is suitable as a supplementary text and practical design guide for senior undergraduate and graduate students, and practising engineers.
Table of Contents
Introduction and Overview
RF and Optical Fiber Systems and IC Figures of Merit
High Frequency Linear Noise Analysis
High Frequency Devices
Circuit Analysis Techniques for High Frequency Integrated Circuits
Tuned Power Amplifier Design
Low-Noise Tuned Amplifier Design
Broadband low-noise and Transimpedance Amplifier design
High speed CML/ECL logic design
Output drivers with waveshape control
RF (Bi)CMOS IC technology
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