Switched Capacitor Circuits

Switched Capacitor Circuits

by Phillip E. Allen

Paperback(Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1984)

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The objective of the book is to provide sufficient background and understand­ ing to enable its readers to design and apply switched capacitor circuits whether these are to be implemented as discrete circuits or by MOS technol­ ogy. Since this is the first book devoted entirely to the subject of switched capacitor circuits, it has no pattern to follow. Fortunately, it was developed in an environment where many of the circuits and concepts it discusses could actually be integrated as MOS integrated circuits. It is hoped that this environ­ ment has created a selection process that has enhanced the contents. Switched capacitor circuits provide an example of the influence that technol­ ogy can have on the field of electrical engineering. Only seven years ago, the problem of building analog circuits and systems using standard MOS technology was still unsolved. Although analog circuits and systems were implemented by means of integrated circuit technology, they were neither economical nor competitive. The act of combining analog sampled data tech­ niques with MOS technology has solved this difficulty. As a result, the field of switched capacitor circuits has developed into maturity in a relatively short period of time.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9789401169936
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Publication date: 06/04/2012
Series: Van Nostrand Reinhold Electrical/Computer Science and Engineering Series
Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1984
Pages: 759
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.06(d)

Table of Contents

1. Analog Sampled Data Concepts.- Sampled Signals.- Laplace Transform Techniques.- Z-Transform Techniques.- Relationships Between the Continuous and Discrete Domains.- Relationships Between the S- and Z-Domains for High Sampling Rates.- Summary.- Problems.- 2. Implementation of Basic Signal-Processing Operations.- Notation.- Switched Capacitor Equivalent Resistors.- Switched Capacitor Equivalent RC Networks.- Use of the OP Amp in Switched Capacitor Networks.- Integrators.- First-Order Circuits.- Summary.- Problems.- 3. Introduction to Switched Capacitor Filters.- Continuous Filter Design.- Performance Characterization of SC Filters.- Resistor Simulation Using the Parallel SC Equivalent Resistor.- SC Filters Using the Bilinear Z-Transform for Component Simulation.- SC Filters Using the Backward Z-Transform Component Simulation.- Analysis and Simulation Methods for SC Networks.- Summary.- Problems.- 4. Switched Capacitor LC Ladder Simulation.- General Principles of LC Ladder Synthesis Using Active Networks.- Switched Capacitor Low-Pass Ladder Filters.- Switched Capacitor Bandpass Ladder Filters.- Switched Capacitor High-Pass Ladder Filters.- Switched Capacitor Band-Elimination and General RLC Filters.- Nonideal Performance of SC Ladder Filters.- Exact SC Ladder Filter Design.- Summary.- Problems.- 5. Switched Capacitor Z-domain Filters.- SC Filter Design by Digital Filter Emulation.- Building Block Approach to Second-Order SC Filters.- Building Block Approach to Higher-Order SC Filters.- Nonideal Considerations of SC Filters.- Gain-Bandwith Effects on the Performance of a Pair of SC Biquads.- Summary.- Problems.- 6. Application of Switched Capacitor Circuits.- Analog Signal-Processing.- Voltage Comparators.- Rectifiers and Nonlinear Circuits.- Modulators and Multipliers.- Oscillators.- Phase-Shifters and Equalizers.- Phase-Locked Loops.- Programmable SC Circuits.- Summary.- Problems.- 7. MOS Analog-digital Converters.- Characterization of Analog-Digital Converters.- Charge-BalanceRedistribution DA Converters.- Resistive Division DA Converters.- Serial DA Converters.- Serial AD Converters.- Successive Approximation AD Converters.- High-Speed AD Converters.- Summary.- Problems.- 8. MOS Technology and Analog Circuit Design.- MOS Technology.- Modeling of MOS Components.- MOS Switches.- MOS Analog Circuits.- MOS Amplifiers.- MOS OP Amp Design.- MOS OP Amps.- Summary.- Problems.- Appendix A.- Appendix B.- Appendix C.

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