Special Issue "Analog Microelectronic Circuit Design and Applications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2021) | Viewed by 14641
Interests: circuit theory; theory and technical applications of oscillations; analog microelectronic circuit design; circuits for sensor applications
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We are inviting the wide community of practicing electronic engineers and scientists working in industry, government, and academia to participate in the Special Issue on Analog Microelectronic Circuit Design and Applications. The purpose of this Special Issue is to provide a collection of papers covering the broad spectrum of analog electronics, namely: monolithic device models, high performance analog circuits, radio-frequency communications and PLL circuits, and data converters. The goal is to provide the most up-to-date information in the field.
Over the years, the fundamentals of analog microelectronic circuit designs have evolved to include a wide range of topics and a broad range of practices. To encompass such a wide range of knowledge, this Issue should focus on the key concepts, models, and equations that enable design engineers to analyze, design, and predict the behaviour of analog large-scale circuits and systems. While design formulas and tables are welcomed, emphasis should be placed on the key concepts and theories underlying the processes.
This Special Issue’s papers should stress the fundamental theories behind professional applications and demonstrate examples to reinforce this point. Extensive development of theory and details of proofs should be omitted.
The compilation of this Issue will not been possible without the dedication and efforts of all the contributing authors. I wish to thank all of them in advance.
Topics of interest will include:
- CMOS device models
- Operational amplifiers
- Low-dropout regulators
- Sinusoidal oscillators
- Wideband amplifiers
- Analog phase-locked loop circuits
- Radio-frequency receivers
- Digital-to-analog converters
Prof. Dr. Igor Filanovsky
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- operational amplifier
- differential amplifier
- instrumentation amplifier
- low dropout (LDO) regulator
- microwave amplifier
- RF receiver
- wireless communication
- flexible electronics
- phase-locked loop (PLL)
- phase noise immunity
- analog sensing
- current sensing
- analog-to-digital converter