KeywordsCapacitors -- Design and construction -- Computer programs.
Integrated circuits -- Large scale integration -- Computer programs.
AdvisorHuelsman, L. P.
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractWith the advantages of MOS monolithic technology in mind, Switched-Capacitor (SC) filter design and simulation are studied in this research. For SC circuit design, Shunt SC, bilinear, and LDI z-Transform methods are discussed. A practical design example, together with its circuit implementation, is used to check both design and simulation behaviors. For SC circuit simulation, certain methods are analyzed to compare with the Four-Port Method, from which a proposed method, STAMP, is derived. STAMP improves on the large computation time and storage space problems of other well-known programs. It has the capability of being expanded using some of the routines which are appended.
Degree ProgramGraduate College