A Top-Down, Constraint-Driven Design Methodology for Analog Integrated Circuits (Hardback)Henry Chang (author), Edoardo Charbon (author), Umakanta Choudhury (author), Alper Demir (author), Eric Felt (author), Edward Liu (author), Enrico Malavasi (author), Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli (author), Iasson Vassiliou (author)
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A Top-Down, Constraint-Driven Design Methodology for Analog Integrated Circuits is part of an ongoing research effort at the University of California at Berkeley in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences Department. Many faculty and students, past and present, are working on this design methodology and its supporting tools. The principal goals are: (1) developing the design methodology, (2) developing and applying new tools, and (3) `proving' the methodology by undertaking `industrial strength' design examples. The work presented here is neither a beginning nor an end in the development of a complete top-down, constraint-driven design methodology, but rather a step in its development.
This work is divided into three parts. Chapter 2 presents the design methodology along with foundation material. Chapters 3-8 describe supporting concepts for the methodology, from behavioral simulation and modeling to circuit module generators. Finally, Chapters 9-11 illustrate the methodology in detail by presenting the entire design cycle through three large-scale examples. These include the design of a current source D/A converter, a Sigma-Delta A/D converter, and a video driver system. Chapter 12 presents conclusions and current research topics.
A Top-Down, Constraint-Driven Design Methodology for Analog Integrated Circuits will be of interest to analog and mixed-signal designers as well as CAD tool developers.
Number of pages: 369
Weight: 1580 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 22 mm
Edition: 1997 ed.
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