http://cmosedu.com/cmos2/cv2_2nd.jpgCMOS Mixed-Signal Circuit Design, Second Edition

General Book Information

Published by Wiley-IEEE Press, ISBN 9780470290262, 2nd Edition, 2009.
The book’s author is R. Jacob Baker.

Buy at Amazon.ca, Amazon.cn, Amazon.fr, Amazon.de, Amazon.in, Amazon.co.jp, Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.com, or many other websites around the world.

Browse the book’s table of contentsindex, or first 8 pages.

Errata and (some) email correspondence are found here.

Quick links: extra_hw_problems, figures, solutions, and book_simulations  

 

 

Instructors may request an evaluation copy here


 

Links, Downloads, Tutorials, and Videos

Cadence Design System – ubiquitous commercial tools.

Electric VLSI Design System – free and powerful CAD system for chip design (schematics, layout, DRC, LVS, ERC, etc.).

Mentor Graphics – IC design, verification, design-for-manufacturability, and test technologies.

Silvaco Analog/Mixed-Signal/RF EDA – easy-to-use tools with good process design kit (PDK) availability.

Download supporting material* in:

SPICE.zip, Solutions.zip, Silvaco.zipMentor.zip, Cadence_IC61.zip, Cadence_IC51.zip, Figures.zip, and Electric.zip.

The book's SPICE simulation examples are available at LTspice.  

A program for TI-89 calculators that takes R, C, and signal frequency as inputs and outputs the STF and NTF for 1st and 2nd order continuous-time modulators  is here.  

Tutorials from CMOSedu.com: Bad design, Cadence, Electric VLSI, LTspice, and Silvaco EDA.

Videos are located hereMATLAB examples are here, and Verilog-AMS examples are found here

 

Additional Homework Problems

HW_CMOSedu.zip - These problems are made available, in addition to the textbook problems, but without written solutions (the solutions are not written up) since they would end up posted on the web.

 

*Chapter 9 material includes MATLAB scripts for determining data converter SNR from SPICE simulations, see MSD_MATLAB for comments.


The first edition’s supporting material is found at the bottom of the webpage here.

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