The paper “Revisiting the Frontiers of Analog and Mixed-Signal Integrated Circuits Architectures and Techniques towards the future Internet of Everything (IoE) Applications” is published in Foundations and Trends® in Integrated Circuits and Systems, Volume 1, Issue 2-3, 2 Nov 2021, by Rui P. Martins, Pui-In Mak, Sai-Weng Sin, Man-Kay Law, Yan Zhu, Yan Lu, Jun Yin, Chi-Hang Chan, Yong Chen, Ka-Fai Un, Mo Huang, Minglei Zhang, Yang Jiang and Wei-Han Yu. This paper presents state-of-the-art designs of the most critical building blocks of the analog/digital interface highlighting new and innovative circuit architectures and techniques. It addresses capacitive sensor interfaces, ultra-low-power wireless transceivers, key technologies for wireline transceivers, oscillators and frequency generators, integrated energy harvesting (EH) interfaces, in-memory processing, as well as, data and power converters, all exhibiting high-quality performance with low power consumption, high energy-efficiency and high speed, thus enabling a reliable and consistent development of the IoE while enlarging its frontiers.
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