CMOS Sigma-Delta Converters: Practical Design Guide (Wiley – IEEE) Hardcover – 12 Apr 2013
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From the Back Cover
This book offers a timely practical design guide and comprehensive description of Sigma–Delta Modulators ( Ms). With emphasis on the most important design issues and the multiple trade–offs involved in the whole design flow from specifications to chip implementation and characterization, it compiles the enormous number of technical and research works reported to date on the topic of Ms, and presents the results of such a compilation in a didactical, pedagogical, and intuitive style. Various design methodologies and practical considerations are described with a top–down approach, presenting from theoretical fundamentals, system–level design equations and behavioral models in MATLAB/SIMULINK, to circuit, transistor–level realization in Cadence Design FrameWork II, and physical implementation, chip prototyping and experimental characterization.
Other key features:
- a comprehensive and systematic description of M architectures from the basic operating principles to state–of–the–art advances in architectures and circuits, and considering both switched–capacitor and continuous–time circuit implementations
- a detailed review of state–of–the–art M ICs, extracting statistical and empirical design guidelines, identifying trends, design challenges and solutions
- case studies showing the different stages of the design flow of Ms
- a complete description of SIMSIDES (SIMulink Sigma–Delta Simulator), a time–domain behavioral simulator for the high–level sizing and verification of Ms, implemented in MATLAB/SIMULINK
- a number of electronic resources (available through a companion website) including practical examples using SIMSIDES, the statistical data used in the state–of–the–art survey, as well as many design examples and simulation test benches
Using a pedagogical and intuitive approach, this is an essential guide for designers of mixed–signal circuits in nanometer CMOS. It doubly serves as a self–contained reference for researchers, designers and non–experienced engineers wanting to acquire an insight into Ms and for undergraduate and graduate students in electronics engineering.
About the Author
José M. de la Rosa, IEEE Senior Member, received the M.S. degree in Physics in 1993 and the Ph.D. degree in Microelectronics in 2000, both from the University of Seville, Spain. Since 1993 he has been working at the Institute of Microelectronics of Seville (IMSE), which is in turn part of the Spanish Microelectronics Center (CNM) of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC). He is also with the Department of Electronics and Electromagnetism of the University of Seville, where he is currently an Associate Professor.
His main research interests are in the field of analog and mixed–signal integrated circuits, especially high–performance data converters, including analysis, behavioral modeling, design and design automation of such circuits. In these topics, Dr. de la Rosa has participated in a number of National and European research and industrial projects, and has co–authored more than 170 international peer–reviewed publications, including journal and conference papers, book chapters and the books Systematic Design of CMOS Switched–Current Bandpass Sigma–Delta Modulators for Digital Communication Chips (Kluwer, 2002), CMOS Cascade Sigma–Delta Modulators for Sensors and Telecom: Error Analysis and Practical Design (Springer, 2006) and Nanometer CMOS Sigma–Delta Modulators for Software Defined Radio (Springer, 2011).
Dr. de la Rosa is a member of the Analog Signal Processing Technical Committee of the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society. He serves as Associate Editor for IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers. He has also served and is currently serving as a review committee member of IEEE ISCAS conference. He participated and is currently participating in the organizing and technical committees of diverse international conferences, among others IEEE MWSCAS, IEEE ICECS, IEEE LASCAS, IFIP/IEEE VLSI–SoC and DATE. He served as TPC co–chair of IEEE MWSCAS 2012 and IEEE ICECS 2012.
Rocío del Río Fernández received the M.S. degree in 1996 in Electronic Physics and the Ph.D. degree in 2004, both from the University of Seville, Spain. She joined the Department of Electronics and Electromagnetism of the University of Seville in 1995, where she is an Associate Professor. She is also since 1995 at the Institute of Microelectronics of Seville IMSE–CNM (CSIC / University of Seville), where she works in the group of Analog and Mixed–Signal Microelectronics .
Her main areas of interest are in the field of analog–to–digital converters (especially sigma–delta ADCs), including analysis, behavioral modeling, and design automation. She has participated in diverse National and European R&D projects and has co–authored more than 90 international publications, including journal and conference papers, and books and book chapters.
Dr. del Río has co–authored the books CMOS Cascade Sigma–Delta Modulators for Sensor and Telecom: Error Analysis and Practical Design (Springer, 2006) and Nanometer CMOS Sigma–Delta Modulators for Software Defined Radio (Springer, 2011).
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