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Top-Cited IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits Papers

IEEE Solid-State Circuits Magazine, 2016

To commemorate the 50th anniversary of IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, the IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society has put together a list of the top-cited papers from each decade since the journal?s beginning in 1966. To read the papers in their entirety, please visit the IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society website.


Correction to ?Top Cited IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits Papers? [Correction]

IEEE Solid-State Circuits Magazine, 2017

Presents corrections to the article, “Top-cited IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits papers,” (Sengupta, A. and Hodges, D.), IEEE Solid State Circuits Mag., vol. 8, no. 4, pp. 30–31, 2016.


IEEE Journal of Solid State Circuits: The Evolution and Future of This Flagship Publication

IEEE Solid-State Circuits Magazine, 2016

In 1966, the first and the second issues of IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits (JSSC) were published in September and December. The articles in these issues were expanded versions of papers from the 1966 International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) [1]. The articles were written by groups of authors from companies and universities in the United States. A large number of ...


IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits Through the Years: From Its Beginnings in 1966 until 2016

IEEE Solid-State Circuits Magazine, 2016

Discusses the history, creation, mission, and scope of the IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits (JSSC). JSSC has documented the rapid advances and growth of the solid-state circuit field right from the start. The article by Don Pederson [2] reported on the 1966 origins of this journal and its evolution up to 1984. This article briefly recapitulates some of the early ...


From Red to Gold: The Rise of IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits to a High-Impact Journal

IEEE Solid-State Circuits Magazine, 2016

The first issue of IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits (JSSC), called the "red rag" by some old timers, was published when I was five years old. Today's JSSC readers would have been roughly -30 to +30 years old at the time. The journal is not among the oldest publications in the IEEE or worldwide, but it enjoys one of the ...


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  • Top-Cited IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits Papers

    To commemorate the 50th anniversary of IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, the IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society has put together a list of the top-cited papers from each decade since the journal?s beginning in 1966. To read the papers in their entirety, please visit the IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society website.

  • Correction to ?Top Cited IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits Papers? [Correction]

    Presents corrections to the article, “Top-cited IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits papers,” (Sengupta, A. and Hodges, D.), IEEE Solid State Circuits Mag., vol. 8, no. 4, pp. 30–31, 2016.

  • IEEE Journal of Solid State Circuits: The Evolution and Future of This Flagship Publication

    In 1966, the first and the second issues of IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits (JSSC) were published in September and December. The articles in these issues were expanded versions of papers from the 1966 International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) [1]. The articles were written by groups of authors from companies and universities in the United States. A large number of the papers described various bipolar amplifiers with low- drift, wideband, band-pass, low-power, and frequency selective features; oscillators; and the differential sense amplifier for ferrite memory. The performance of NMOS versus bipolar transistors at very high frequencies and a tunnel diode log amp were also described. Digital and memory papers were also included, such as the bipolar OR logic, current mode switch, selection circuitry for magnetic thin-film memory, and MOS adaptive memory. Functional electronic linear IC blocks for the Apollo Lunar Excursion Module television camera was also described.

  • IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits Through the Years: From Its Beginnings in 1966 until 2016

    Discusses the history, creation, mission, and scope of the IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits (JSSC). JSSC has documented the rapid advances and growth of the solid-state circuit field right from the start. The article by Don Pederson [2] reported on the 1966 origins of this journal and its evolution up to 1984. This article briefly recapitulates some of the early history and presents an account of the journal's progress since 1984.

  • From Red to Gold: The Rise of IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits to a High-Impact Journal

    The first issue of IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits (JSSC), called the "red rag" by some old timers, was published when I was five years old. Today's JSSC readers would have been roughly -30 to +30 years old at the time. The journal is not among the oldest publications in the IEEE or worldwide, but it enjoys one of the highest impact factors. Why? In this article, I ponder this question and demonstrate the longevity of the JSSC papers through some examples. In the interest of space, I have selected papers only from the first ten years, focusing on ideas that are still applicable today.

  • A Look Back: IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits Editors-in-Chief

    A list of IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits editors-in-chief from the journal's start in 1966 to the present day.

  • The Birth of the Journal: How IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits Came to Be

    We are now celebrating the 50th anniversary of IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits. Since I was one of the founding fathers of this publication, I was asked by Dr. Rakesh Kumar to comment about its birth.

  • Correction to "A CMOS Voltage Reference"

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  • Correction To "Physical Modeling Of Lateral Scaling In Bipolar Transistors"

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  • Design of an amplitude-stable sine-wave oscillator

    Two difficulties associated with the design of oscillators are to achieve amplitude and frequency stability. The latter problem is generally one of selecting the proper components, whereas the former dictates what basic type of oscillator should be designed. When amplitude stability and distortion are not critical considerations, a simple limiting type of oscillator is often adequate. One method of attaining amplitude stability is to incorporate an additional feedback loop, such as Automatic Gain Control (AGC) loop. This type of loop can be easily incorporated with the basic Wein-bridge oscillator. As will be shown by employing integrated circuits, such as the /spl mu/A709, an amplitude stability of /spl plusmn/0.50 percent over a temperature range of -50/spl deg/C to 100/spl deg/C can be achieved.



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