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1 Dr. Navakanta Bhat E3-238 : Analog VLSI Circuits Dr. Navakanta Bhat Associate Professor, ECE Department Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore-560012 Email: navakant@ece.iisc.ernet.in URL: http://ece.iisc.ernet.in/~navakant Lecture # 1
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2 Dr. Navakanta Bhat Logistics • Instructors : Navakanta Bhat, Bharadwaj Amrutur • Teaching Assistants : Vikram Chaturvedi, Rajat • Class timings : Mon, Wed & Fri 11:10am-12:10pm • Lab session : • Involves circuit design, simulation and analysis using any circuit simulator (Mentor-Eldo) • Grading : • Home work (lab assignments) : 10% • Mid Term : 30 % • Project : 30 % • Final exam : 30%
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3 Dr. Navakanta Bhat List of Reference books Due to the advent of mixed signal SOCs, numerous books have been published on Analog Design. A partial list : 1. Analog CMOS Design Razavi, McGraw Hill Publication 2. CMOS: Circuit Design, Layout , and Simulation Boise, Baker, Lee, Prentice Hall Publication 3. Analog VLSI : Signal and Information Processing Ismail and Feiz, McGraw Hill Publication 4. Analysis and Design of Analog Integrated Circuits Gray and Meyer, Wiley Publication 5. Trade-offs in Analog Circuit Design: The Designer’s Companion , Ed: C. Toumazou and other, Kluwer
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4 Dr. Navakanta Bhat Why Analog ? Interaction with the Physical World Computing Platform Physical Environment Physical Environment Input Output Sensing Actuation Human perception is inherently analog in nature
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5 Dr. Navakanta Bhat Why Analog ? An Interesting Comparison… • Neural networks outperform the digital computers, in certain class of applications such as speech recognition, pattern recognition • The architecture and massive parallelism are distinguishing features Analog (Adaptive learning) Digital (RISC/CISC …) Architecture ~ 1 Trillion ~1 Billion Integration 2m/sec 10 8 m/sec Wire / Fibre 100mS 1ps Transistor / Neuron Biological Neural System CMOS Digital Computer
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6 Dr. Navakanta Bhat The First IC : 1958 First IC demonstrated by J.S.Kilby of Texas Instruments in 1958 First IC using planar process and photolithography was demonstrated by Robert Noyce at Fairchild semiconductors Phase shift oscillator, an analog circuit! A thin slice of germanium with
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