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Monte Carlo Simulation of Device Variations and Mismatch in Analog Integrated Circuits

@inproceedings{Hung2006MonteCS,
  title={Monte Carlo Simulation of Device Variations and Mismatch in Analog Integrated Circuits},
  author={H. Hung and Vladislav Adzic and P. Kinget},
  year={2006}
}
Device mismatches, the small random variations in the characteristics of identically designed devices, occur during the manufacturing of integrated circuits. These mismatches result in behavioral variations of analog and digital integrated circuits. Except for very small circuits, it is difficult to analytically predict the behavior of a circuit due to the combination of the mismatch errors of individual devices. The impact of these random parameter variations on circuit behavior can be studied… Expand
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