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About this book
Many new topologies and circuit design techniques have emerged recently to improve the performance of CMOS active inductors and transformers. However, a comprehensive treatment of the theory, topology, characteristics, and design constraints has not been available. CMOS Active Inductors and Transformers: Principle, Implementation, and Applications provides a systematic presentation and a detailed examination of the operation principles and implementations, and discusses their emerging applications in high-speed analog signal processing and data communications.
The author has organized the book into two parts and equally treats the theory of active inductors and transformers, and their emerging applications. Major subjects covered in the book include: inductive characteristics in high-speed analog signal processing and data communication; modeling and limitations of spiral inductors and transformers; topology, characterization, and implementation.
CMOS Active Inductors and Transformers: Principle, Implementation, and Applications is an invaluable resource for graduate students, IC design engineers and researchers working in circuit design.