Scope: The switched-current technique is a new signal processing technique for processing analogue-sampled data in electronic integrated circuits. The technique, which uses digital technology to process analogue data, has been pioneered in Europe and is now raising major interest worldwide. This was the first book to be devoted to this development, and has been produced and published extremely rapidly to coincide with a major tutorial meeting on this subject in the USA.
The 23 contributions are from renowned international specialists. Editors C Toumazou and JB Hughes both won international prizes in 1992 for their work. This book followed up the award-winning and best selling Analogue IC Design: the current-mode approach, by Toumazou et al., published in 1990.
Engineers and researchers (industrial and academic) in electronics, especially circuit design; electronic/electrical engineering