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Conclusion

The Designer’s Guide Community

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Principles of Top-Down Mixed-Signal Design

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[20] Kenneth S. Kundert. The Designer’s Guide to Verilog-AMS. Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2004.

[21] E. Malavasi and E. Charbon. Constraint transformation for IC physical design. IEEE Transactions on Semiconductor Manufacturing, vol. 12, no. 4, Nov. 1999, pp. 386-395.

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[25] Verilog-AMS Language Reference Manual: Analog & Mixed-Signal Extensions to Verilog HDL, version 2.1. Accellera, January 20, 2003. Available from www.accel- lera.com. An abridged version is available from www.verilog-ams.com or www.designers-guide.org/VerilogAMS.

[26] H. Samueli. Broadband communication ICs: enabling high-bandwidth connectivity in the home and office. Keynote address in the Slide Supplement to the Digest of Technical Papers for the 1999 International Solid State Circuits Conference, pp. 29-35.

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