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In this Knowledge Booster blog, let us talk about the simulation of the circuits based on switched capacitors and capacitance-to-voltage (C2V) converters using various analyses available under the Shooting Newton method using the Spectre RF Option. The videos described in this blog are a part of the course: Spectre RF Analysis Using Shooting Newton Method.
We characterize the videos in this blog in two parts:
1. Switched capacitor-based circuits: These circuits consist of switching capacitors instead of physical resistors, which facilitates better matching due to reduced silicon area.
2. Capacitance-to-voltage (C2V) converter-based circuits: These are readout analog front-end circuits for capacitive MEMS sensors. These are mainly employed in microphone-related applications.
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