Circuits for Nanotechnology: Communications, Imaging, and Sensing

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Overview

Circuits for Emerging Technologies Beyond CMOS

New exciting opportunities are abounding in the field of body area networks, wireless communications, data networking, and optical imaging. In response to these developments, top-notch international experts in industry and academia present Circuits at the Nanoscale: Communications, Imaging, and Sensing. This volume, unique in both its scope and its focus, addresses the state-of-the-art in integrated circuit design in the context of emerging systems.

A must for anyone serious about circuit design for future technologies, this book discusses emerging materials that can take system performance beyond standard CMOS. These include Silicon on Insulator (SOI), Silicon Germanium (SiGe), and Indium Phosphide (InP). Three-dimensional CMOS integration and co-integration with Microelectromechanical (MEMS) technology and radiation sensors are described as well. Topics in the book are divided into comprehensive sections on emerging design techniques, mixed-signal CMOS circuits, circuits for communications, and circuits for imaging and sensing.

Dr. Krzysztof Iniewski is a director at CMOS Emerging Technologies, Inc., a consulting company in Vancouver, British Columbia. His current research interests are in VLSI ciruits for medical applications. He has published over 100 research papers in international journals and conferences, and he holds 18 international patents granted in the United States, Canada, France, Germany, and Japan. In this volume, he has assembled the contributions of over 60 world-reknown experts who are at the top of their field in the world of circuit design, advancing the bank of knowledge for all who work in this exciting and burgeoning area.

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Table of Contents

CMOS Technology at the Nanoscale

CMOS: An Emerging Technology System Driver, Paul Rousseau

CMOS Manufacturability, Artur
Balasinski

Variability in Deeply Scaled CMOS, Liang-Teck
Pang and Borivoje Nikol´c

Wafer-Level Three-Dimensional Integration for
Advanced CMOS Systems,

Ronald J Gutmann and Jian-Qiang Lu

CMOS SOI Memory Design Technology, Kazutami
Arimoto and Fukashi Morishita

SiGe Technology, Marco Racanelli

Emerging Design Techniques

Offset, Flicker Noise, and Ways to Deal with Them, Hanspeter
Schmid

Design of Wideband Amplifiers in CMOS, David J
Allstot, Sudip Shekhar, and Jeffrey S Walling

CMOS Active Transformers and Their Applications, Fei Yuan

High-Performance Leakage/Variation-Tolerant Circuit
Technologies

for 45 nm and Below, Amit
Agarwal and Ram Krishnamurthy

Soliton and Nonlinear Wave Electronics, David S
Ricketts, Xiaofeng Li, and Donhee Ham

Mixed-Signal CMOS Circuits

Current Steering Digital-to-Analog Converters, Douglas A
Mercer

High-Speed, Low-Power CMOS A/D Converter for
Software Radio
,
James W Haslett and Abdel-Fattah S Yousif

Energy-Efficient ADC Topology Enabled with
Asynchronous Techniques
, Shuo-Wei Mike Chen

High-Frequency Filters for Data Communication
Applications,

Manisha Gambhir, Vijay Dhanasekaran, Jose Silva-Martinez, and Edgar
Sánchez-Sinencio

Continuous Time ΣΔ Modulators, Robert
Sobot

Circuits for Communications

Low-Voltage Nanometer-Scale CMOS RF Front-End Block
Design

Employing Magnetic Feedback Techniques, Yannis
Papananos, Georgios Vitzilaios, and Gerasimos Theodoratos

InGaP-HBT Power Amplifiers, Kazuya Yamamoto

ΔΣ Digital-RF Modulation for Adaptive Wideband Systems, Albert
Jerng and Charles G Sodini

Mitigation of CMOS Device Variability in Digital RF
Processor
,
Khurram Waheed and Robert Bogdan Staszewski

Front-End Circuits for Multi-Gb/s Chip-to-Chip Links,
Anthony
Chan Carusone

Clock and Data Recovery Circuits, Jafar Savoj

Circuits for Imaging and Sensing

Low Power CMOS Imager Circuits, Alexander
Fish and Orly Yadid-Pecht

CMOS Imager Array Design, Operation, and Trends, Mark Jaffe,
John Ellis-Monaghan, and Jim Adkisson

Wide Dynamic Range CMOS Cameras, Steve
Collins, Bhaskar Choubey, Hsiu-Yu Cheng, and Stephen Otim

CMOS Focal Plane Spatially Oversampling
Computational Image Sensor
, Ashkan Olyaei and Roman Genov

Unified Computer Arithmetic for Handheld GPUs, Byeong-Gyu
Nam, Hyejung Kim, and Hoi-Jun Yoo

Sense Circuits for Integrated Sensors, Sitaraman V
Iyer and Hasnain Lakdawala

Detector Interface Circuits for X-Ray Imaging, Pawel
Grybos

CMOS Systems and Interfaces for Microgyroscopes, Ajit Sharma,
Mohammad F Zaman, and Farrokh Ayazi

Analog
Front End for a Micromachined Probe Storage Device
, Christoph Hagleitner, Tony Bonaccio, Hugo
Rothuizen, Jan Lienemann, Dorothea Wiesmann, Giovanni Cherubini, Jan G Korvink,
and Evangelos Eleftheriou

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