The authors describe the development and realization of a synthesis program for CMOS comparators. It was constructed by following the SEAS framework for analog circuit design automation. An example of modeling and synthesis is shown. Using this program, a number of comparators were synthesized, and they were tested by using SPICE simulations. All comparators generated performed well above their design specifications. This shows that the SEAS concept is also applicable to the synthesis of nonlinear circuits.
|Conference||IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, ISCAS 1992|
|Period||3/05/92 → 6/05/92|