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Authors:Prof. Ganesh Vasudeo Manerkar, Mr. P.Govindaraju, Dr. R. Poornima, Dr Monu Malik, Dr. Sathiyasekar K

ISBN: 978-93-6096-502-0 Category:
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Welcome to “Analog Integrated Circuit Design.” In this
book, we embark on a comprehensive exploration of the intricate
world of analog circuits, focusing on integrated circuit design.
Whether you’re a seasoned engineer seeking to deepen your
understanding or a newcomer eager to grasp the fundamentals,
this book is crafted to be your definitive guide.
Analog integrated circuits lie at the heart of countless electronic
devices, enabling everything from communication systems and
medical instruments to consumer electronics and automotive
applications. Understanding the principles behind these circuits
is essential for engineers working in a variety of industries, from
semiconductor manufacturing to product design and research.
The journey through this book begins with an in-depth
examination of single-stage amplifiers, exploring the
fundamental physics of MOS devices, V-I characteristics, and
various models used in circuit design. We delve into common
configurations such as the common-source stage, source
follower, common-gate stage, cascode stage, and differential
amplifiers, providing insights into their operation and
As we progress, we explore high-frequency characteristics and
noise analysis of amplifiers, addressing key topics such as current
mirrors, Miller effect, and statistical characteristics of noise.
Understanding these concepts is crucial for designing circuits
that meet stringent performance requirements in real-world
In the later chapters, we delve into feedback and operational
amplifiers, discussing the properties of negative feedback

circuits, types of feedback, loading effects, and performance
parameters of operational amplifiers. We explore one-stage and
two-stage op-amp designs, input range limitations, gain boosting
techniques, slew rate, power supply rejection, and noise





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