Special Issue "Recent Advances in CMOS Integrated Circuits"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 15 October 2023 | Viewed by 173
Interests: integrated circuit; signal processing; LDO; Low-power; power management; CMOS technology
Low-voltage and low-power design of integrated circuits have become a hot topic in the field of microelectronics. Driven by the strong market demand, low-voltage low-power IC technology has been greatly developed. With the rapid development of science and technology, various electronic products have penetrated people's daily lives and brought great convenience to people. With the development of various electronic devices in the direction of miniaturization, integration, and intelligence, people have higher requirements for the power management chip as the heart of electronic devices. However, most traditional designs are difficult to meet the strict requirements of various performance indicators of different equipment. For example, the operational amplifier is expected to have high input impedance, low input offset, low input noise, high gain, high speed, low output resistance, and other characteristics, but the actual amplifier has trouble achieving an ideal degree on multiple indicators at the same time. Therefore, the demand for different types of new and high-performance amplifier circuits and power management modules is increasing exponentially.
This Special Issue will propose and discuss the progress of CMOS integrated circuits. The Special Issue will introduce the scientific status of the most relevant issues in integrated circuits and find new effective concepts and designs in the field of integrated circuits. The Special Issue will make contributions to circuit design and signal processing research in academic and industrial fields. We invite investigators to submit original research articles to this Special Issue.
Potential submission topics include but are not limited to the following:
- CMOS circuit
- Low dropout regulators
- low-power design of integrated circuits
Dr. Xiao Zhao
Dr. Jinfeng Yan
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- signal processing
- power management
- CMOS technology