INTEGRATED SILICON DEVICE TECHNOLOGY. VOLUME XVI. FUNCTIONAL DESIGN.
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The design of silicon monolithic integrated circuits is discussed. The second and third major sections are concerned with general aspects of integrated circuit technology and the design and characteristics of both passive and active integrated components. These two sections are intended primarily for those individuals who are not familiar with integrated circuit concepts. Factors such as the desirability and ease of employing relatively large numbers of active devices, matched components, resistance ratios and temperature and voltage compensation in integrated circuits are discussed. The fourth section is a discussion of digital integrated circuits. Different logic types are compared and the design of single gates as well as more complex digital circuits and systems are considered. Analog circuit design is discussed in the last section. One of the major objectives of this section is the presentation of methods for eliminating the need for inductance and large-value capacitance in integrated circuits. Unconventional approaches to designing frequency selective circuits and desensitized circuits are also covered. Author
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