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C. CUSTARD AND R. E. ,, Unlv•nlty of Essu. Co/ch1111r, Essa C04 35Q, En11Dnd Abstract. This contribution describes developments in the use of numerical optimization techniques as part of a package whose function is to generate silicon-level layout for general analog functional modules from high-level specifications. The investigation is using switched-capacitor filters as a case study that is representative, in terms of its associated physical layout problems, of many classes of analog circuits.
And Fidler, J. , "An efficient damping method forleasl squares algorithms," Electron. Ltt, Vol. II, pp. 33-34, 1975. 23. , "A method for solution of certain nonlinear problems in leasl squares," Quart. Appl. , Vol. 2, pp. 164-168, 1944. Robert E. D. in 1977. He worked for GEC Semiconductors and lhe University of Keele before laking a post as a Lecturer at Essex. He was promoted 10 Senior Lecturer in 1984 and to Professor in 1991. He is currently Head of lhe Department of Electronic Systems Engineering, and of lhe Department's Neural and VLSI Systems Research Group, and is Director of lhe University's Optimal Design of SC Filters for Analog/Mixed-Signal ICs Centre for VLSI Systems Design.
A comparison of input stages. (a} DDA; (b) MIFDA. tanh-2- The input range is defined such that the tanh function is in the quasi-linear region. :i VI ~ lOOmV. v (a) (c) (b) (d) v (e) Fig. 10. Examples of applications or MIFOAs in analog computational systems. 28 (18) A Multiple Input Differential Amplifier Based on Charge Sharing on a Floating-Gate MOSFET For a MIFDA input stage shown in figure 9(b ), the above limitation applies only to the differential floating gate voltage, l1 V19 , instead of each differential pair.