By Michiel Steyaert, Arthur H.M. van Roermund, Herman Casier

Analog Circuit Design includes the contribution of 18 tutorials of the 17th workshop on Advances in Analog Circuit layout. every one half discusses a particular to-date subject on new and worthy layout principles within the sector of analog circuit layout. every one half is gifted by way of six specialists in that box and cutting-edge info is shared and overviewed. This booklet is quantity 17 during this winning sequence of Analog Circuit Design.

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This increased complexity will require that also an adaptive time step solver algorithm is used to perform the simulation. This will result in a significant increase in system simulation time, making that it is best preserved only for the high-level verification process. Once the architecture has been selected and the building block specifications have been fixed the actual design work at transistor level can start. This will involve the need of a spice like simulator, potentially in combination with an harmonic balance simulator for such properties as phase noise or PSRR.

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5 Conclusions The above analysis shows that equalization and clock recovery must be carefully defined taking into account communication standard requirements such as frequency drift, data pattern requirements, data encoding etc. Channel pre-shaping, either by analog boost equalizers or by duobinary signaling, reveals a general technique to simplify equalization requirements, but crosstalk may represent the ultimate limit due to the reduction of signal amplitude. Channel boosting at Nyquist frequency is not mandatory for data recovery, but clock recovery limitations can add additional constraints, preventing from exploiting all the capabilities of linear and non linear (DFE) channel equalization.

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