At the end of the Second World War, a new technological trend was born: integrated electronics. This trend relied on the enormous rise of integrable electronic devices.
Analog Devices and Circuits is composed of two volumes: the first deals with analog devices, and the second with associated analog circuits. The goal here is not to create an overly comprehensive analysis, but rather to break it down into smaller sections, thus highlighting the complexity and breadth of the field.
This second volume deals with the circuits that “use” the analog devices that were introduced in Volume 1. Here, a particular emphasis is placed on the main circuit: the operational amplifier.
1. On Analog Circuits.
2. Noise and Interference in Mixed Circuits.
3. From 2D to 3D: Opportunities and Challenges.
Christian Gontrand is a Professor at INL/INSA Lyon, France, focusing on 3D circuits. He was formerly a Head Professor in the Smart Power Integration team at Laboratoire Ampère and had technical charge of the CIMIRLY, South Center in Microelectronics, France, from 1988 to 1996, after a few years at the Laboratoire Central de Recherche de la Thomson, Orsay. His current research focuses on Artificial Intelligence applied to health.
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