ECE 59500 - CMOS Analog IC DesignLecture Hours: 3 Credits: 3 Professional Attributes
Experimental Course Offered: F2008, F2009, F2010, F2011, F2012, F2013, F2015, F2016
Requisites by Topic:
General knowledge of terminology and concepts from undergraduate courses in circuit design and microelectronics; familiarity with SPICE
The course covers general topics in CMOS analog IC design; biasing, noise, single stage amplifiers, differential amplifiers, Op-Amp, OTA, frequency domain analysis, and active filter. While the focus of the course is on CMOS IC design, design in bipolar and BiCMOS technologies are introduced as well. A design project is a key component of the course. The students conduct group or individual design project. Process Design Kit and EDA tools are provided for the design project.
Fall 2009 CRN 17853
- Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits, Behzad Razavi, McGraw-Hill, ISBN No. 0072380322.
- Analog Integrated Circuit Design, David Johns and Ken Martin, Wiley, ISBN No. 0471144487.
- CMOS Analog Circuit Design, Phillip E. Allen, Oxford, ISBN No. 0195116445.
- CMOS Circuit Design, Layout, and Simulation, Wiley, ISBN No. 9780470229415.
Learning Objectives:A student who successfully fulfills the course requirements will have demonstrated:
- a basic knowledge of bias circuit using CMOS current mirror. [a,c]
- a basic knowledge of noise analysis. [a,c]
- an understanding of single stage amplifiers - gain/bandwidth/noise/stability. [a,c]
- an understanding of different Op-amp and OTA. [a,b,c,e]
- an understanding of feedback circuit. [a,b,c,e]
- an understanding of basic active filter. [a,b,c,e]
|1||CMOS device physic review|
|3||Spice models and layout|
|7||Single stage amplifiers|
|6||OTA and Op-amp design|
|4||Gain boosting and bandwidth extension|
|4||Stability and compensation|
|1||Integrated active filter design|
|3||Switched capacitor filter design|
Engineering Design Content:
Engineering Design Consideration(s):