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EE 5/411 CMOS Analog IC Design Webcast Description: Pre-recorded CMOS Analog IC Design Course from Boise State University, taught by Jake Baker. This is a full college course (27 lectures) on the subject. All lectures available in video format, with accompanying PDFs showing whiteboard drawings by Mr. Baker.
EE 615 CMOS Mixed-Signal IC Design Webcast Description: Pre-recorded CMOS Mixed-Signal Design Course from Boise State University, taught by Jake Baker. This is a full college course (27 lectures) on the subject. All lectures available in video format, with accompanying PDFs showing lecture drawings by Mr. Baker.
Power, accuracy and noise aspects in CMOS mixed-signal design Thesis Description: A PhD thesis on the subject published online by EDACafe.com
Standby Power Management Architecture for Deep-Submicron Systems Thesis Description: From the introduction of this 2006 PhD Thesis from the University of California at Berkeley: "Power reduction is critical for portable devices to maximize battery life and potentially to enable operation on scavenged energy. Historically, the focus has been on reducing dynamic power consumption, since that is where the most power was spent. As process dimensions shrink further toward deep-submicron, traditional methods of dynamic power reduction are becoming less effective due to the increased impact of standby power. Circuits and techniques for reducing standby power consumption are becoming increasingly common, but these methods are currently rather ad-hoc and lack a formalized method for inclusion in a power-managed system. This thesis presents a scalable architecture that reduces standby power through the design and composition of power-aware subsystems."
Application-Specific Integrated Circuits Book Description: This text (offered online by edatoolscafe.com) covers the basics of ASIC technologies.
Design of VLSI Systems Book Description: A very nicely organized online text for VLSI Systems Design.
Designing Analog Chips Book Description: The associated web site provides this synopsys: "A comprehensive introduction to CMOS and bipolar analog IC design. The book presumes no prior knowledge of linear design, making it comprehensible to engineers with a non-analog background. The emphasis is on practical design, covering the entire field with hundreds of examples to explain the choices. Concepts are presented following the history of their discovery. "
Energy Efficient Design for Deep Sub-micron CMOS VLSIs Book Description: The abstract of this 2005 PhD Thesis from the University of Waterloo begins "Over the past decade, low power, energy efficient VLSI design has been the focal point of active research and development. The rapid technology scaling, the growing integration capacity, and the mounting active and leakage power dissipation are contributing to the growing complexity of modern VLSI design. Careful power planning on all design levels is required. This dissertation tackles the low-power, low-energy challenges in deep sub-micron technologies on the architecture and circuit levels."

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