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Fabrication-based optimization of linear integrated circuits

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This paper demonstrates how optimization methods that were originally derived for the design of networks comprised of ideal elements can profitably be used to realize practical designs of linear integrated-circuit amplifiers. Of fundamental importance is the establishment of a set of designable parameters which are consistent in terms of the relationship between the processing steps, i.e., the diffusion processes and mask geometries, used to fabricate a physical device and the parameters of the ideal elements used to model the device on the computer. These considerations have led to the computer program for fabrication-related optimization of linear integrated circuits (FROUC).

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IEEE Transactions on Circuit Theory  (Volume:20 ,  Issue: 6 )