Analog Circuit Design: Low-Noise, Low-Power, Low-Voltage; by Zhong Yuan Chang (auth.), Johan H. Huijsing, Rudy J. van de

By Zhong Yuan Chang (auth.), Johan H. Huijsing, Rudy J. van de Plassche, Willy M. C. Sansen (eds.)

Johan H. Huijsing This publication includes 18 instructional papers focused on three subject matters, every one subject being lined through 6 papers. the subjects are: Low-Noise, Low-Power, Low-Voltage Mixed-Mode layout with CAD instruments Voltage, present, and Time References The papers of this booklet have been written by way of most sensible specialists within the box, at the moment operating at top eu and American universities and corporations. those papers are the reviewed models of the papers provided on the Workshop on Advances in Analog Circuit layout. which used to be held in Villach, Austria, 26-28 April 1995. The chairman of the Workshop used to be Dr. Franz Dielacher from Siemens, Austria. this system committee existed of Johan H. Huijsing from the Delft college of expertise, Prof.Willy Sansen from the Catholic collage of Leuven, and Dr. Rudy 1. van der Plassche from Philips Eindhoven. This ebook is the fourth of aseries devoted to the layout of analog circuits. the themes which have been lined previous have been: Operational Amplifiers Analog to electronic Converters Analog computing device Aided layout combined AlD Circuit layout Sensor Interface Circuits verbal exchange Circuits Low-Power, Low-Voltage built-in Filters shrewdpermanent strength because the Workshop might be endured yr by means of 12 months, a useful sequence of subject matters can be equipped up from the entire very important parts of analog circuit layout. i'm hoping that this booklet might help designers of analog circuits to enhance their paintings and to hurry it up.

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DOC Fig. 14: Gain, noise figure and I dB compression point ofthe IF amplifier The 1 dB compression point increases with an ideal slope of 2 dB as gain is decreased by 2 dB. This behaves linearly up to input signal levels of -12 dBm, where input saturation appears . An linear increased input amplifier bias current would increase the saturation point also linearly, a reduced input impedance would be on the other hand the result. 7 dB/2 dB gain step . This results in an increased relativ (S/N)rel.

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