Now available from Delft Academic Press:

**Structured Electronic Design** first edition € 85.00 incl. 6% VAT,

ISBN 97890-6562-4277: 631 pages, paperback 279 x 210 x 41mm. Course book for:

- MSc class Structured Electronic Design at Delft University of Technology
- Masterclass Structured Electronic Design at Delft University of Technology
- Post graduate course Design of analog electronics-1 at the HIGH TECH INSTITUTE.
- Post graduate course Analog IC design at the HIGH TECH INSTITUTE.

Author has more than 35 years of experience in analog design and post graduate design education.

Dear reader, although I did my best to avoid any errors, they seem to be inevitable; my apologizes for that.

I kindly request you to mail me any correction or suggestion for improvement. Thanks in advance!

Page 39: Equation 2.15 should be:

\[A_{i}=\frac{I_{\ell }}{I_{s}}=\frac{1}{A\frac{Z_{\ell }}{Z_{s}}+B\frac{1}{Z_{s}}+CZ_{\ell }+D}.\]Page 44: Caption of Figure 2.22 should be:

Network models of amplifiers that have at least one nonzero transmission-1 matrix parameter.

- Left: High-level model for amplifiers having \(A\neq 0\).

- Right: Voltage-controlled voltage source (VCVS): \(B=C=D=0\).
- Left: High-level model for amplifiers having \(B\neq 0\).

- Right: Voltage-controlled current source (VCCS): \(A=C=D=0\).
- Left: High-level model for amplifiers having \(C\neq 0\).

- Right: Current-controlled voltage source (CCVS): \(A=B=D=0\).
- Left: High-level model for amplifiers having \(D\neq 0\).

- Right: Current-controlled current source (CCCS): \(A=B=C=0\).

Page 141: Equation 4.176 should be:

\[\frac{g_m}{I_{DS}}=\frac{1}{n\,U_T}\]Chapter 5:

The CS stage operating point and device characteristics should be simulated using the library file CMOS18-0.lib. The figures in the book are generated with this library.

Page 163:

Text in example 5.1 below th listing of the circuit file should be:

\(V_{GS_{Q}}=616.34139176mV\)

Netlist file at the bottom of the page should be CSbiased0_9V-10uA.cir.

Page 166:

- Netlist file at the top of the page should be CSbiased0_9V-10uAViIo.cir.
- Netlist file at the bottom of the page should be CSbiased0_9V-10uAViVo.cir.

Page 342: Equation 10.31 should be:

\[A_v=\frac{V_{\ell}}{V_s}=\frac{R_a+R_b}{R_b}\]Page 388: Typo in sidenote 8:

‘Rourh’ should be ‘Routh’

Page 425: Error in references to figures: text below Figure 12.26 should be:

- … (see Figure 12.27B)
- … (see Figure 12.27A)

Page 427: References to example 7.3 should be replaced with references to example 11.3.

Page 431: Reference to example 7.3 should be replaced with reference to example 11.3.

Page 437: Reference to example 8.10 should be replaced with reference to example 12.10.

Page 439: Reference to example 8.8 should be replaced with reference to example 12.8.

Page 440: Reference to example 8.8 should be replaced with reference to example 12.8.

Page 443: Caption of Figure 12.50 should be:

Small-signal equivalent circuit of a current-driven basic amplification stage driving an RC load.

Page 444:

Reference to example 7.3 should be replaced with reference to example 11.3.

Text below Figure 12.51: If the poles are well separated, etc, should be:

If the poles are well separated (\(C_3 \gg C_2\)) and (\(R_2 \gg R_3\)), their frequencies can be estimated as discussed in section 18.5.3: \(p_2\approx -\frac{1}{(R_2+R_3)C_3}\) and \(p_3\approx -\frac{1}{R_3C_2}\).

Page 445: Numeric error in Example 12.15:

\(R_z=6.046\) k \(\Omega\)

This should also be modified in the circuit file. It results in different frequencies of the poles and zeros listed on page 446. The new dominant pole is created at -0.89Hz.

Page 446: Reference to example 8.15 should be replaced with reference to example 12.15.

Page 447: Reference to example 8.15 should be replaced with reference to example 12.15.

Page 448:

- Reference to example 8.15 should be replaced with reference to example 12.15.
- Expression in Figure 12.55 should be: \(\omega_z=\frac{1}{R_bC}\)

Page 454: Reference to example 4, and reference to example 7.4 should be replaced with reference to example 11.4.

A free version of the SPICE simulator SIMetrix can be downloaded from:

SPICE simulations can also be performed with LTspice, but some circuit files include graphic post-processing instructions that can only be processed by SIMetrix.

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