Design and Analysis of Integrator-Based Log-Domain Filter Circuits By Gordon W. Roberts, Vincent W. Leung (auth.)
2002 | 254 Pages | ISBN: 079238699X | PDF | 15 MB
Design and Analysis of Integrator-Based Log-Domain FilterCircuits deals with the design and analysis of log-domain filter circuits. It describes several synthesis methods that aid the designer in developing bipolar or BiCMOS filter circuits with cut-off frequencies ranging from the low kilohertz range to several hundreds of megahertz. Filter response deviations due to transistor-level nonidealities are systematically analyzed, leading to effective electronic compensation schemes. Numerous examples are provided in the text with measured experimental data from IC prototypes. Design andAnalysis of Integrator-Based Log-Domain Filter Circuits is intended for engineers in research or development, as well as advanced-level engineering students. Extensive discussion on filter text metrics should also interest engineers who are responsible for testing high-performance, high-speed analog or mixed-signal products.
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