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If you talking about discrete components, then go for the book by Sergio Franco or Hurowitz-Hill. If you are looking at the chip level, the books by gray-Meyer or Paul Allen is a good one. Also is the textbook and lecture notes by Paul
Hi, Why isnt gray&Meyer book and Razavi book doesnt mention anything about OTA? I Know OTA is an Op-amp without buffer at the output, but for some reason Razavi and Grey&Meyer doesnt mention the term "OTA" in their books. Does anyone know the reason? Regards,
and also the book wrote by gray and Meyer.
Hi, you can refer to any book about analog circuit design, include Razavi's, Allen's and gray's.