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
Pavan Kumar Hanumolu
|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.