Advanced Analog IC Design
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|B||LEC||1500 - 1620||T R||241 Everitt Lab||Yun Chiu
|Official Description||Advanced topics in modern analog IC design. Emphasis on CMOS building blocks and circuit techniques as a result of fabrication technology advancement. Noise in linear analog circuits; linear feedback theory and stability; harmonic distortion in weakly nonlinear circuits; switched-capacitor circuit technique and realization; Nyquist-rate and oversampled data converters. Extensive computer simulations required in both homework and final project. Course Information: Prerequisite: ECE 310 and ECE 483.|
|Subject Area||Integrated Circuits and Systems|
|Course Prerequisites||Credit in ECE 410
Credit in ECE 483
|Detailed Description and Outline
Noise in linear analog circuits
Oversampled data converters
Bandpass sigma-delta A/D
Grading: Homework, 15%; Midterm, 20%; Term Project, 30%; Project Presentation, 5%; Final Exam,30%
||Matlab and Spectre RF simulators are required for the homework and project.|
Y. Chiu, Analysis and Design of Pipeline Analog-to-digital Converters, Springer, 2007.
Gray, et al., Analysis and Design of Analog Integrated Circuits, 4th Ed., Wiley, 2001.
The text will be supplemented with notes, slides, and research papers from the instructor.