EE 435 Lect 1 Spring 2010

EE 435 Lect 1 Spring 2010 - EE 435 Spring 2010 Lecture 1...

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1 EE 435 Spring 2010 Lecture 1 Course Outline Amplifier Design Issues
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2 Randy Geiger 2133 Coover rlgeiger@iastate.edu 294-7745 Instructor: Teaching Assistant: alexlsh@iastate.edu Alex Lee
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3 Course Information: Analog VLSI Circuit Design Lecture: MWF 10:00 Rm 204 Marsten Labs: Wed 11:00-1:50 Rm 2046 Coover Wed 6:10-9:00 Rm 2046 Coover Course Wiki: http:/wikis.ece.iastate.edu/vlsi Basic analog integrated circuit and system design including design space exploration, performance enhancement strategies, operational amplifiers, references, integrated filters, and data converters. Course Description:
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4 Course Information: Lecture Instructor: Randy Geiger 351 Durham Voice: 294-7745 e-mail: rlgeiger@iastate.edu WEB: www.randygeiger.org Laboratory Instructors: Chongxue Zhang and Tao Zeng Room 2205 Coover ` Voice: 294-0490 e-mail: chongxue@iastate.edu e-mail: zt123@iastate.edu
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5 Course Information: Analog Integrated Circuit Design by D. Johns and K. Martin, Wiley, 1997 Required Text:
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6 Course Information: Reference Texts: VLSI Design Techniques for Analog and Digital Circuits by Geiger, Allen and Strader, McGraw Hill, 1990 CMOS Analog Circuit Design by Allen and Holberg, Oxford, 2002.
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7 Course Information: Reference Texts: CMOS: Circuit Design, Layout, and Simulation – Second Edition by J. Baker, Wiley, 2007. Fundamentals of Microelectronics by B. Razavi, McGraw Hill, 2008
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8 Course Information: Reference Texts: Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits by B. Razavi, McGraw Hill, 1999 Analysis and Design of Analog Integrated Circuits- 5 th Edition Gray,Hurst,Lewis and Meyer, Wiley, 2009
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9 Course Information: Reference Texts: Analog Circuits by Robert Pease, Newnes, 2008 CMOS Mixed-Signal Circuit Design – 2 nd edition by Jacob Baker, Wiley, 2009
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10 Course Information: Reference Texts: Data Converters by Franco Maloberti,Springer, 2007 Voltage References by Gabriel Rincon-Mora, Wiley, 2002
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11 Course Information: Reference Texts: Switched-Capacitor Techniques for High- Accuracy Filter and ADC Design by Patrick Quinn and Arthur Van Roermund, Springer, 2007
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12 Course Information: Reference Materials:
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13 Course Information: Grading: Points will be allocated for several different parts of the course. A letter grade will be assigned based upon the total points accumulated. The points allocated for different parts of the course are as listed below: 2 Exams 100 pts each 1 Final 100 pts. Short Quizzes 15 pts. each Homework 100 pts.total Lab and Lab Reports 100 pts.total Design Project 100 pts.
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14 Course Information: Design Project: The design project will be the design of an 8-bit to 10-bit digital to analog converter (DAC). Additional details about the design project will be given after relevant material is covered in class. The option will exist to have this project fabricated through the MOSIS program. The design should be ready for fabrication and post-layout simulations are to be included as a part of the project.
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