Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Advances in Solid State Circuit Technologies

Edited by Paul Chu

City University of Hong Kong, China

This book brings together contributions from experts in the fields to describe the current status of important topics in solid-state circuit technologies. It consists of 20 chapters which are grouped under the following categories: general information, circuits and devices, materials, and characterization techniques. These chapters have been written by renowned experts in the respective fields making this book valuable to the integrated circuits and materials science communities. It is intended for a diverse readership including electrical engineers and material scientists in the industry and academic institutions. Readers will be able to familiarize themselves with the latest technologies in the various fields.

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Advances in Solid State Circuit TechnologiesEdited by Paul Chu

Published: April 1st 2010

DOI: 10.5772/192

ISBN: 978-953-307-086-5

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-953-51-5882-0

Copyright year: 2010

Books open for chapter submissions

85596 Total Chapter Downloads

21 Crossref Citations

59 Web of Science Citations

66 Dimensions Citations


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1. CMOS Nonlinear Signal Processing Circuits

By Hung, Yu-Cherng


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2. Transconductor

By Ko-Chi Kuo


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3. A Dynamically Reconfigurable Device

By Minoru Watanabe


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4. Evolutionary Memory: Unified Random Access Memory (URAM)

By Yang-Kyu Choi and Jin-Woo Han


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5. Low-Voltage Fully Differential CMOS Switched-Capacitor Amplifiers

By Tsung-Sum Lee


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6. Multi-Mode, Multi-Band Active-RC Filterand Tuning Circuits for SDR Applications

By Kang-Yoon Lee


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7. A Novel Multiclad Single Mode Optical Fibers for Broadband Optical Networks

By Rostami and S. Makouei


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8. Continuous-Time Analog Filtering: Design Strategies and Programmability in CMOS Technologies for VHF Applications

By Aranzazu Otin, Santiago Celma and Concepcion Aldea


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9. Impact of Technology Scaling on Phase-Change Memory Performance

By Stefania Braga, Alessandro Cabrini and Guido Torelli


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10. Advanced Simulation for ESD Protection Elements

By Yan Han and Koubao Ding


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11. Directional Tuning Control of Wireless/Contactless Power Pickup for Inductive Power Transfer (IPT) System

By Jr-Uei William Hsu, Aiguo Patrick Hu and Akshya Swain


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12. A 7V-to-30V-Supply 190A/µs Regulated Gate Driver in a 5V CMOS-Compatible Process

By David C. W. Ng, Victor So, H. K. Kwan, David Kwong and N. Wong


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13. Millimeter-Wave CMOS Impulse Radio

By Ahmet Oncu and Minoru Fujishima


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14. CMOS Integrated Switched-Mode Transmitters for Wireless Communication

By Ellie Cijvat


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15. Dimension Increase in Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor Memories and Transistors

By Hideo Sunami


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16. Hafnium-based High-k Gate Dielectrics

By A. P. Huang, Z. C. Yang and Paul K. Chu


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17. Liquid Phase Oxidation on InGaP and Its Applications

By Yeong-Her Wang and Kuan-Wei Lee


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18. Germanium Doped Czochralski Silicon

By GJiahe Chen and Deren Yangoran


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19. Miniature Dual Axes Confocal Microscope for Real Time In Vivo Imaging

By Wibool Piyawattanametha and Thomas D. Wang


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20. Scanning Near-Field Raman Spectroscopic Microscope

By Sumio Hosaka


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