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By Michael Eick, Helmut Graeb (auth.), Mourad Fakhfakh, Esteban Tlelo-Cuautle, Rafael Castro-Lopez (eds.)

Despite the truth that within the electronic area, designers can take complete merits of IPs and layout automation instruments to synthesize and layout very complicated platforms, the analog designers’ activity continues to be regarded as a ‘handcraft’, bulky and extremely time eating approach. hence, great efforts are being deployed to strengthen new layout methodologies within the analog/RF and mixed-signal domain names.

This ebook collects sixteen cutting-edge contributions dedicated to the subject of systematic layout of analog, RF and combined sign circuits. Divided within the components Methodologies and strategies contemporary theories, synthesis thoughts and layout methodologies, in addition to new sizing methods within the box of sturdy analog and combined sign layout automation are offered for researchers and R/D engineers.

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Although simulation results and measurement results cannot be compared directly, the manual design result is a good reference to verify the high solution quality of EMLDE. The transmission line used is a high-Q slow-wave coplanar transmission line [30]. The differential lines (CPW line) are on the top metal layer and the floating metal strips are on the lower metal layer. For the transformer, the top metal layer is used. All the transistors have the same size to make sure that each stage can drive the next stage.

In: Proceeding of IEEE International Behavioral Modeling and Simulation Workshop 2005, vol. 22(3), pp. 22–25 (2003) Chapter 2 Efficient Synthesis Methods for High-Frequency Integrated Passive Components and Amplifiers Bo Liu and Georges Gielen Abstract. Existing design automation methods for RF ICs and microwave passive components often rely on parasitic-aware lumped equivalent circuit models. g. 40GHz and above) due to the distributed effect. When directly embedding the computationally expensive electromagnetic (EM) simulations in the optimization loop, a too long synthesis time results.

Then, selection takes place, and the corresponding candidate solutions from both populations compete to comprise the next generation. The operators are now explained in detail. 2) 2 Efficient Synthesis Methods for High-Frequency Integrated Passive Components 31 It is generated by adding the weighted difference between a given number of candidate solutions randomly selected from the previous population to another candidate solution. 3) where indices r1 and r2 ( r1 , r2 ∈ {1, 2,  , NP} , NP is the size of the population) are randomly chosen and mutually different, and also different from the current index i.

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