This book demonstrates how FGMOS transistors can be used in a low-voltage and low-power design context. The techniques used provide innovative solutions, often in situations where the limits of technology in question have been pushed far below the values recommended by the manufacturer.
About the Author
Esther Rodriguez-Villegas is a lecturer in the Circuits and Systems group in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Imperial College, London. Born in Spain, she graduated from the Department of Physics at the University of Seville, receiving the San Alberto award. She went on to achieve her PhD degree from the same university. After receiving a professional research grant from the Spanish government she joined the Microelectronic National Centre, where she worked for almost six years. Before moving to Imperial College Rodriguez-Villegas was an Associate Professor at the University of Seville for two years.
Table of Contents
- Chapter 1: Introduction
- Chapter 2: The Floating Gate MOS transistor (FGMOS)
- Chapter 3: FGMOS - Circuit applications and design techniques
- Chapter 4: Low power analog continuous-time filtering based on the FGMOS in the strong inversion ohmic region
- Chapter 5: Low power analog continuous-time filtering based on the FGMOS in the strong inversion saturation region
- Chapter 6: Low power analog continuous-time Gm-C filtering using the FGMOS in the weak inversion region
- Chapter 7: Low power log-domain filtering based on the FGMOS transistor
- Chapter 8: Low power digital design based on the FGMOS threshold gate
- Chapter 9: Summary and conclusions