Best Reference Books – Analog IC Design

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Analog IC Design subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Analog IC Design along with reviews.

Kindly note that we have put a lot of effort into researching the best books on Analog IC Design subject and came out with a recommended list of top 10 best books. The table below contains the Name of these best books, their authors, publishers and an unbiased review of books on "Analog IC Design" as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, but this does not impact our reviews, comparisons, and listing of these top books; the table serves as a ready reckoner list of these best books.

1. “Analog Ic Design – an Intuitive Approach: Volume 2” by Rincon

“Analog Ic Design – an Intuitive Approach: Volume 2” Book Review: This book explains how to use and develop semiconductor devices to design analog integrated circuits. This book describes the illustrations to design analog integrated circuits using bipolar and MOS technologies. Focus is given on basic understanding and critical thinking on how these devices work individually in microelectronic circuits. The book covers physical view of solid state circuits, mathematical and algebraic formulations. This book helps the readers to develop innovative ICs.

2. “Analog IC Reliability in Nanometer CMOS (Analog Circuits and Signal Processing)” by Elie Maricau and Georges Gielen

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“Analog IC Reliability in Nanometer CMOS (Analog Circuits and Signal Processing)” Book Review: This book covers modeling, simulation and analysis of analog circuit aging. Nanometer CMOS physical effects and circuit unreliability are discussed in the book. It contains transistor aging compact models and efficient circuit reliability simulation for circuits aging. The book describes aging-resilient, aging-immune circuits and the impact of technology scaling. The techniques and models in the book acts as a guide for device engineers, circuit designers and the EDA community to understand aging effects on nanometre CMOS ICs.

3. “Generating Analog IC Layouts with LAYGEN II (SpringerBriefs in Applied Sciences and Technology)” by Ricardo M F Martins and Nuno C C Lourenço

“Generating Analog IC Layouts with LAYGEN II (SpringerBriefs in Applied Sciences and Technology)” Book Review: This book covers the methodology for the automatic generation of analog integrated circuits, template descriptions and evolutionary computational techniques. The book describes Laygen 2 as a design automation tool. It focuses on reusability of expert design knowledge and retargeting operations.

4. “MOSFET Technologies for Double-Pole Four-Throw Radio-Frequency Switch (Analog Circuits and Signal Processing)” by Viranjay M Srivastava and Ghanshyam Singh

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“MOSFET Technologies for Double-Pole Four-Throw Radio-Frequency Switch (Analog Circuits and Signal Processing)” Book Review: This book describes MOSFET technologies for the design of double pole four throw RF switches for next generation communication systems. The book covers designs of DP4T RF switch, Double Gate (DG) MOSFET as well as the cylindrical surrounding double-gate (CSDG) MOSFET. The book discusses the effect of HFO2 high dielectric material and designs of DG MOSFET and CSDG MOSFET. This book provides information on single gat and double gate MOSFET. It also examines switching parameters and testing of MOSFETs parameters using image acquisition.

5. “Analog IC Design with Low-Dropout Regulators, Second Edition (Electronics)” by Gabriel A Rincon-Mora

“Analog IC Design with Low-Dropout Regulators, Second Edition (Electronics)” Book Review: This book covers linear low dropout regulator ICs in bipolar, CMOS, and biCMOS semiconductor process technologies. An embedded LDo design is also covered. The book explains how to use these theories to create analog ICs for portable, battery-powered devices. The book defines everything starting from objectives, components to blueprinting, assembling and fine-tuning performance. Building prototypes, tests and system on chip functionality is explained in the book. This book includes BJT, MOSFET and JFET based linear regulators. Current mirrors, buffers, amplifiers and control limits are mentioned in the book. This book also discusses the noise free and predictable output voltage, low input current and wide voltage swings. It comprises accuracy, battery life, overcurrent protection and thermal-shutdown features. The book also provides operation limits with characterisation techniques.

6. “Electronic Design Automation of Analog ICs combining Gradient Models with Multi-Objective Evolutionary Algorithms” by Frederico A E Rocha and Ricardo M F Martins

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“Electronic Design Automation of Analog ICs combining Gradient Models with Multi-Objective Evolutionary Algorithms” Book Review: This book is written on electronic design automation (EDA) and the automatic sizing of analog integrated circuits (ICs). It covers state of art layout and circuit level optimiser(GENOM POF). The book explains embedded statistical knowledge, generated gradient model, multi objective and multi constraint optimization kernel based on the NSGA-II algorithm. Different trade offs are mentioned in the book using device sizes and the respective layout solutions.

7. “Analog IC Design Techniques for Nanopower Biomedical Signal Processing (River Publishers Series in Biomedical Engineering)” by Chutham Sawigun and Wouter A Serdijn

“Analog IC Design Techniques for Nanopower Biomedical Signal Processing (River Publishers Series in Biomedical Engineering)” Book Review: This book describes some well known circuit techniques by CMOS devices and subthreshold. It establishes nanopower integrated circuit designs. This book develops the class-AB current-mode sample and hold circuit with magnitude improvement. Various design procedures of single branch filters, integrator based low pass filters and transconductance reduction techniques are mentioned in the book. A nanopower class AB current mode and multiplier is designed to serve large signal swing in a potential detector. It also mentions how to handle input current amplitudes of more than 10 times. Experiments on filter circuits in a standard 0.18 µ CMOS process is also explained in this book.

8. “Transistor Level Modeling for Analog/RF IC Design” by Wladyslaw Grabinski and Bart Nauwelaers

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“Transistor Level Modeling for Analog/RF IC Design” Book Review: This book covers information in the field of MOS transistor modeling. This book acts as a reference for researchers and users of MOSFET devices and models. This book will benefit anyone involved in compact model developments, numerical TCAD modeling, parameter extraction and space level simulation. Even the PhD students will be benefited from ins and outs of MOSFETs present in the book. It will also be useful for the modeling designers involved in the analog and high frequency areas.

9. “A Practical Guide to Analog Behavioral Modeling for IC System Design” by imusti

“Practical Guide to Analog Behavioral Modeling for IC System Design” Book Review: This book presents an IC system to help designers gain a macroscopic view of how subsystems interact. It also helps to verify system functionality in various applications. The book emphasizes techniques of modelling IC systems. Analog behaviour and simulation is also included in the book. The designers can verify topological and architectural issues to optimise IC system. The book highlights hardware description languages and language standardization. It also elaborates how to reduce time to market by reducing design cycle time. There are more than 25 building block examples to construct a mixed-signal IC system. The book contains 4 different IC systems using model details. This book is suitable for the practicing engineers which would help them to gain practical knowledge in applications of analog behavioral modelling.

10. “IC Design of CMOS UHF RFID Analog Front End: Circuit design techniques of CMOS UHF RFID AFE using Dynamic Threshold MOSFET” by Ying-Khai Teh

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“IC Design of CMOS UHF RFID Analog Front End: Circuit design techniques of CMOS UHF RFID AFE using Dynamic Threshold MOSFET” Book Review: This book contains ultra high frequency (UHF) and radio frequency identification (RFID) along with its applications. Topics such as schottky barrier diode, circuit solutions, UHF RFID chips of comparable performance and typical CMOS processes are mentioned in the book. RFID analogue has four buildings that are UHF Rf to DC rectifier, voltage reference, regulator, modulator and demodulator are all highlighted in this book. This book covers dynamic threshold MOSFET as a device under ultra low power application. Different circuit designs and analyses are based on a CMOS 0.18µm single polysilicon, six metal layers and triple technology. Lastly, the book mentions power consumption, performance gain, area penalty and design considerations with DTMOST techniques.

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