Best Reference Books – Mixed Signal Circuits and Systems On Chip

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Mixed Signal Circuits and Systems On Chip subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Mixed Signal Circuits and Systems On Chip along with reviews.

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1. “Test and Diagnosis of Analogue, Mixed-signal and RF Integrated Circuits: The system on chip approach (Materials, Circuits and Devices)” by Yichuang Sun

“Test and Diagnosis of Analogue, Mixed-signal and RF Integrated Circuits: The system on chip approach (Materials, Circuits and Devices)” Book Review: This book discusses automatic testing, diagnosis and tuning of analogue, mixed signal and RF integrated circuit in a single source. The book is designed for postgraduate and senior undergraduate students. It consists of 11 chapters which is written by researchers. The book also discusses the concepts and techniques along with the state of the arts and future research directions. It covers the circuit components and test issues. The book can also be used by researchers and engineers as a reference in mixed signal testing.

2. “Adaptive Techniques for Mixed Signal System on Chip (The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science)” by Ayman Fayed and Mohammed Ismail

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“Adaptive Techniques for Mixed Signal System on Chip (The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science)” Book Review:The book discusses the subject of adaptive techniques for smart analog and mixed signal design. It expresses the achievements of first-pass silicon. The book outlines the techniques leading to quantum improvement in design productivity. It also explains how reducing the spiraling costs of product development will help in technologies.

3. “Test and Design-for-Testability in Mixed-Signal Integrated Circuits” by Jose Luis Huertas Díaz

“Test and Design-for-Testability in Mixed-Signal Integrated Circuits” Book Review: This book discusses test and design for test of analog and mixed signal integrated circuits. The book is designed for students as well as professional individuals. The book provides the basic concepts for testability in mixed signal integrated circuits. It describes the main problems along with the solution emphasizing the basis, strengths and weaknesses. The book outlines the techniques for use of DSP based test and CAD test tools. It covers topics on standardization, design for testability and built in self test.

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4. “Power Management Integrated Circuits (Devices, Circuits, and Systems)” by Mona M Hella and Patrick Mercier

“Power Management Integrated Circuits (Devices, Circuits, and Systems)” Book Review: This book discusses the mixed signal integrated circuit design for power management. It presents the circuit and architectural level innovations and hybrid inductive capacitive converters. The book also discusses innovative control techniques and cutting edge design techniques. It also addresses the use of GaAs pHEMTs to CMOs devices. The book gives a comprehensive and state of the art coverage of this field of engineering.

5. “Nanoelectronic Mixed-Signal System Design” by Saraju Mohanty

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“Nanoelectronic Mixed-Signal System Design” Book Review: This book presents the digital, analog and memory components which covers the classical and emerging nanoelectronic technologies. The book is designed for students and professionals in the field of science, engineering and technology. It presents a large scale picture of the design along with the manufacturing aspects of nanoelectronic based systems. The book covers mixed signal circuit and system design. It also covers topics on process variations, power dissipation and security aspects of electronic systems.

6. “High Performance Integrated Circuit Design” by Emre Salman and Eby G Friedman

“High Performance Integrated Circuit Design” Book Review: This book discusses the techniques required for designing robust, high performance integrated circuits in nanoscale technologies. The book is designed for students, researchers and engineers involved in high performance ICs. It presents the design methodologies for nanoscale integrated circuits and the roles of on chip interconnects. The book covers data signaling, power management, synchronization and substrate aware design. The book covers topics on technology scaling, global signaling, power generation, etc,.

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