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WLCHEN EE6326 Analog IC Design – Fall 2008 Topic 1. Introduction Wenliang Chen Ph.D. Instructor
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2 WLCHEN Prerequisite – EE4340 Objective To introduce the principles of analog integrated circuit design and to provide the circuit level analog IC design knowledge required in the analog IC design industry and research. Course Information – EE 6326 Analog Integrated Circuit Design
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3 WLCHEN Textbooks Required: 1) “Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits”, by Behzad Razavi, McGraw Hill, 2001, ISBN: 0-07- 238032-2. 2) “Analysis and Design of Analog Integrated Circuit” , Paul R. Gray, Paul J. Hurst, Stephen H. Lewis, and Robert G. Meyer, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 4th edition, 2000. ISBN: 0-471-32168-0. Recommended: 3) “CMOS Analog Circuit Design” , Phillip E. Allen and Douglas R. Holberg, Oxford University Press, 2nd edition, 2002. ISBN: 0-19-511644-5. 4) “Analog Integrated Circuit Design”, David A. Johns and Ken Martin. ISBN: 0-471-14448-7. 5) “Operational Amplifiers – Theory and Design”, Johan H. Huijsing, Kluwer. ISBN: 0792372840. 6) “Analog Design for CMOS VLSI Systems” , Franco Maloberti, Kluwer, Academic Publishers, 2001, ISBN: 0-7923-7550-5.
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4 WLCHEN Coverage of Topics Topic Gray Razavi MOSFET Device Models Ch. 1 Ch. 2 & 16 BJT Device Models IC Technology Ch. 2 Ch. 17 Single-Stage Amplifier Ch. 3 Differential Amplifiers* Ch. 4 Current Mirrors Ch. 5 References Ch. 11 Opamp Design Ch. 6 Ch. 9 Frequency Response Ch. 7 Stability and Compensation Ch. 10 Noise Fully Differential Amplifiers Ch. 12 Cadence Tutorial (TA) Handout Reviews Major Topics HW & Proj. More advanced IC design will be included with the basic topics. *: comparators and level shifters will be discussed, too.
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5 WLCHEN Course Grading Policy Course Grading Policy Homework 20% Project 20% –M i d t e r m E x a m 3 0 % Final Exam 30%. Exams: All the exams are closed book for Midterm and Final Exam. Formula, equation and constants will be provided. All grades become final one week after they are returned in class. Homework and Project: Homework will be assigned on a bi-weekly basis and be collected at the beginning of the class on the due date except the first homework. No late homework . The homework solution will be sent through e-mail. Some of the homework and the project require the use of cadence/analog artist design tools; tutorial will be given at the beginning of the semester. In order to use Cadence tools at UTD, a UTD UNIX account is required. It is OK to use Cadence tools at your workplace if preferred.
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6 WLCHEN Academic Honesty • It is the responsibility of the instructor to encourage an environment where you can learn and your accomplishments will be rewarded fairly. • Any behavior that compromises the University’s rules of academic honesty will be reported to the Dean of Students. • The penalty of academic dishonesty ranges from receiving F grade in this class to being expelled from the university.
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