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The purpose of this book is to describe the design techniques of analog integrated circuits and to teach the reader how to properly design CMOS operational amplifiers and comparators for mixed analog-digital integrated systems. Analog circuits have become an increasingly critical factor for the systems design. The huge amount of transistors made available by sub-micron technologies allows us to integrate entire systems on chip (SoC). Therefore, analog sections, digital parts, and possibly sensors must use the same technology, the same supply voltage, the same silicon substrate and so on. Moreover, the increased speed of operation and the augmented resolution of digital processors require performing analog functions: such as speed, dynamic range, power supply and noise rejection. Without a deep understanding of the operation and the limits of basic analog circuits, the designer can not properly design the analog processing functions required by modern systems. Thus, this book gives a fairly detailed study of CMOS circuit configurations, learning performances and limits.
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