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Designing Analog Chips

Designing Analog Chips

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Copyright 2004, 2005 Hans Camenzind.
(camenzind@arraydesign.com)
February 2005
This book is can be downloaded without fee from
www.designinganalogchips.com
Re-publishing of any part or the whole is prohibited.
The author is indebted to the following for comments, suggestions and corrections:

Bob Pease, Jim Feit, Ted Bee, Jon Fischer, Tim Camenzind, Jules Jelinek, Brian
Attwood, Ray Futrell, Beat Seeholzer, David Skurnik, Barry Schwartz, Dale Rebgetz,
Tim Herklots, Jerry Gray, Paul Chic, Mark Leonard, Yut Chow, Gregory Weselak, Lars
Jespersen and Wolfgang Horn.

Camenzind: Designing Analog Chips
Table of Contents
Edition February 2005
All rights reserved
Table of Contents
Analog World
1Devices
1-1
Semiconductors
1-1
The Diode
1-5
The Bipolar Transistor
1-6
The Integrated Circuit
1-13
Integrated NPN Transistors
1-14
The Case of the Lateral PNP Transistor
1-22
CMOS Transistors
1-23
The Substrate PNP Transistor
1-27
Diodes
1-27
Zener Diodes
1-28
Resistors
1-29
Capacitors
1-32
Other Processes
1-33
CMOS vs. Bipolar
1-34
2 Simulation
2-1
What You Can Simulate
2-2
DC Analysis
2-2
AC Analysis
2-3
Transient Analysis
2-4
The Big Question of Variations
2-6
Models
2-8
The Diode Model
2-8
The Bipolar Transistor Model

2-10 The Model for the Lateral PNP Transistor 2-13 MOS Transistor Models

2-14
Resistor Models
2-16
Models for Capacitors
2-17
Pads and Pins
2-17
Just How Accurate is a Model?
2-18
3Current Mirrors
3-1
4The Royal Differential Pair
4-1
5 Current Sources
5-1
Bipolar
5-1
CMOS
5-7
The Ideal Current Source
5-7
6Time Out: Analog Measures
6-1
dB
6-1
RMS
6-2
Noise
6-4
Fourier Analysis, Distortion
6-6
Frequency Compensation
6-9
7Bandgap References
7-1
Low-Voltage Bandgap References
7-11

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