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Analog design in the 21st century: challenges, tools, and IC advances

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re: Analog design in the 21st century: challenges, tools, and IC advances
Sanjib.A   1/22/2012 6:54:48 AM
Great article! As rightly brought out in this article...I also feel...since the chip technology is progressing at a very fast pace but the system level design is getting challenging in order to extract the benefits out of the newer faster, low power but noise sensitive chips as there has not been any major revolution taken placed in the PCB technology domain.

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