CMOS Telecom Data Converters / Edition 1by Angel Rodriguez-Vazquez, Fernando Medeiro, Edmond Janssens
As the trend to system-on-chip solutions gradually consolidates, including an ever-increasing usage of digital signal processing, a concurrent enhancement of the analog front-end performance is required. Moreover, such enhanced performances must be achieved under the constraints imposed by digitally driven technology roadmaps, with low-voltage supplies,… See more details below
As the trend to system-on-chip solutions gradually consolidates, including an ever-increasing usage of digital signal processing, a concurrent enhancement of the analog front-end performance is required. Moreover, such enhanced performances must be achieved under the constraints imposed by digitally driven technology roadmaps, with low-voltage supplies, poor-performance (and often badly characterized) devices ... and above all the unavoidable presence of noisy digital circuits. It is under the pressure of these challenges that analog designers must sharpen their wits to overcome the problems. Supported by both designers' ingenuity and slow, but precious, improvements of digital CMOS technologies, the results of recent research confirm that solutions can be found.
In consonance with this trend, CMOS Telecom Data Converters compiles the latest achievements regarding the design of high-speed and high-resolution data converters in deep submicron CMOS technologies. The four types of analog-to-digital converter architectures commonly found in this arena are covered, namely sigma-delta, pipeline, folding/interpolating and flash. For all these types, latest achievements regarding the solution of critical architectural and circuital issues are presented, and illustrated through IC prototypes with measured state-of-the-art performances. Some of these prototypes are conceived to be employed at the chipset of newest generation wireline modems (ADSL and ADSL+). Others are intended for wireless transceivers. Besides analog-to-digital converters, the book also covers other functions needed for communication systems, such as digital-to-analog converters, analog filters, programmable gain amplifiers, digital filters, and line drivers.
In addition to case studies on state-of-the-art converters, the book includes overview chapters aimed at presenting the existing knowledge in a structured, comprehensive style. Nyquist converters and sigma-delta converters are covered in such a way. The overview chapters are complemented with chapters devoted to describing basic methodologies and tools needed for designing telecom analog-to-digital converters and capturing designers' expertise for re-usability.
CMOS Telecom Data Converters provides unique information for those interested in designing converters with state-of-the-art performance for the latest generation of communication systems. Since this unique information is embedded in tutorial descriptions, the book can also be used as a valuable reference for non-expert readers willing to learn basic concepts as well as practical recipes for the design of CMOS data converters.
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Table of Contents
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|The book at a glance|
|Ch. 1||Nyquist-Rate Converters: An Overview||1|
|Ch. 2||Sigma-Delta CMOS ADCs: An Overview Of The State-Of-The-Art||37|
|Ch. 3||Current-Steering High-Speed D/A Converters For Communications||93|
|Ch. 4||CMOS Comparators||149|
|Ch. 5||Folding/Interpolating ADCs Analog Preprocessing Techniques For High-Speed 8-Bit ADC||183|
|Ch. 6||High-Speed Flash ADCs - Design Issues Of A 6 Bit, 1 GHz CMOS Flash ADC||213|
|Ch. 7||Logarithmic Analogue-To-Digital Converters||241|
|Ch. 8||Single-Loop Multi-Bit Sigma-Delta Modulators||277|
|Ch. 9||High-Order Cascade Multi-Bit [Sigma][Delta] Modulators||307|
|Ch. 10||Continuous-Time Sigma-Delta For IF||345|
|Ch. 11||Bandpass Sigma-Delta A/D Converters: Fundamentals, Architectures And Circuits||379|
|Ch. 12||Decimation Filter Design For Sigma-Delta Converters||421|
|Ch. 13||Line Drivers: Efficiency, Linearity, Bandwidth||449|
|Ch. 14||PGAs And Filters||481|
|Ch. 15||Design Methodologies for Sigma-Delta Converters||523|
|Ch. 16||Systematic Computer - Aided Design Methodology for CMOS Data Converters||561|
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