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Adaptive Integrated Microsystems Basics of Mixed-signal Layout
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Adaptive Integrated Microsystems G n-select poly metal1 cc active p-select G n-well n-select p+ p+ p+ n-well n+ n+ n+ p-substrate oxide Inverter Layout
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Adaptive Integrated Microsystems Silicon silicon-di-oxide  interface
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Adaptive Integrated Microsystems Analog Layout Basics Layout technique for analog/mixed- signal design different from digital design. Digital layout concerns speed (power) and area. Transistor matching is important for routing delays. Analog layout concerns noise, offsets and bandwidth. Device matching and shielding is critical for analog integrated circuits.
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Adaptive Integrated Microsystems Universal Rules of Good  Layout Avoid poly-silicon interconnects. Sufficient number of well and
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