By Geert Van der Plas
A Computer-Aided layout and Synthesis atmosphere for Analog built-in Circuits addresses the layout methodologies and CAD instruments which are to be had for the systematic layout and layout automation of analog built-in circuits. complementary ways are mentioned. within the first half the AMGIE analog synthesis method is defined.
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G. data converters) these steps can be executed in an hierarchical way. According to the divide and conquer strategy, hierarchy is used when the circuit is too complex to be designed as one block, and therefore is decomposed in easier to design subblocks (like a comparator in the converter example). Hierarchy also results in more overall circuit schematics since every high-level topology can be realized with different lower-level subblock implementations. g. ). g. an OPAMP) without decomposition.
Many designs can be brought back to the same problem over and over again. That’s why two major trends in design automation can be recognized, which are complementary to each other: (1) automated or semi-automated synthesis: the lowchallenge analog design problems, for which known topologies and design procedures suffice and the design problem is reduced to applying them. Automation is feasible and even appreciated by analog designers: analog design experts prefer not to spend time on these repetitive 10 Introduction designs anyway.
4 Output of the AMGIE System After running through the above design flow, the AMGIE system will return the following output to the user: the layout of the circuit the sized schematic (from which a netlist can be generated) the datasheet, which contains the simulated performance values obtained by the final design the design history, which is a file that contains the trace of the complete design session, for inspection purposes a design document that contains the specification values, intermediate results and a complete, detailed description of the final result an automatically created standard cell of the design, that can be reused in the system during later design runs.
A Computer-Aided Design and Synthesis Environment for Analog (The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science) by Geert Van der Plas