By Michael Eick, Helmut Graeb (auth.), Mourad Fakhfakh, Esteban Tlelo-Cuautle, Rafael Castro-Lopez (eds.)
Despite the truth that within the electronic area, designers can take complete merits of IPs and layout automation instruments to synthesize and layout very advanced structures, the analog designers’ activity remains to be regarded as a ‘handcraft’, bulky and extremely time eating technique. hence, great efforts are being deployed to strengthen new layout methodologies within the analog/RF and mixed-signal domain names.
This publication collects sixteen cutting-edge contributions dedicated to the subject of systematic layout of analog, RF and combined sign circuits. Divided within the elements Methodologies and strategies fresh theories, synthesis ideas and layout methodologies, in addition to new sizing methods within the box of strong analog and combined sign layout automation are offered for researchers and R/D engineers.
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The differences between the two algorithms are that a memetic SAEA is built to enhance the optimization ability and efficiency in MMLDE, while a decomposition method is used to address the “curse of dimensionality” of SAEA in EMLDE. Experimental results show the effectiveness and the high efficiency obtainable with MMLDE and EMLDE. 1 Introduction In recent years, design methodologies for high-frequency and mm-wave circuits have attracted a lot of attention. In particular, research and applications on RF building blocks for 40 GHz to 120 GHz and beyond are increasing drastically .
3 to all the trial individuals from step 8. Step 11: Select the individual with the best potential according to the selection rule of SBDE and evaluate it using the same way as in step 2. Go back to Step 3. 1 Example and Settings The EMLDE method is now demonstrated for the synthesis of a 100GHz threestage transformer-coupled fully differential amplifier  in a 90nm CMOS technology. 5. Using the same configuration but different sizing for each stage, the different stages are cascaded together.
When directly embedding the computationally expensive electromagnetic (EM) simulations in the optimization loop, a too long synthesis time results. This chapter presents a new method for highfrequency integrated passive component synthesis, called Memetic Machine Learning-based Differential Evolution (MMLDE), and the first method for mm-wave integrated circuit synthesis, called Efficient Machine Learning-based Differential Evolution (EMLDE), both addressing the problem of obtaining highly optimized design solutions in a very practical time.
Analog/RF and Mixed-Signal Circuit Systematic Design by Michael Eick, Helmut Graeb (auth.), Mourad Fakhfakh, Esteban Tlelo-Cuautle, Rafael Castro-Lopez (eds.)