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CMOS ANALOG CIRCUIT DESIGN LECTURES Lecture Number Section Number Topic 010 1.1 Introduction 020 2.1 Submicron CMOS Technology 030 2.2 Deep Submicron CMOS Technology 040 2.3 Ultra-Deep Submicron CMOS and BiCMOS Technology 050 2.4 PN Junctions and CMOS Transistors 060 2.5 Capacitors 070 2.6 Resistors and Inductors 080 2.7 Latchup and ESD 090 3.1 Large Signal MOSFET Model 100 3.2 MOSFET Capacitor Model and Large Signal Model Dependence 110 3.3 Small Signal Models, Noise, Passive Component Models 120 3.4 Component Matching 130 3.5 Computer Models and Extraction of the Simple Large Signal Model 140 4.1 MOS Switch 150 4.2 Current Sinks and Sources 160 4.3 Current Mirrors and Simple References 170 4.4 Bandgap References 180 5.1 Inverting Amplifier 190 5.2 Differential Amplifier 200 5.3 Low Input Resistance Amplifiers – CG, Cascode and Current Amplifiers 210 5.4 Output Amplifiers 220
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Unformatted text preview: 6.1 Compensation of Op Amps 230 6.2 Two-stage Op Amp Design 240 6.3 Cascode Op Amps 250 6.4 Simulation and Measurement of Op Amps 260 7.1 Buffered Op Amps 270 7.2 High Speed Op Amps 280 7.3 Differential-In, Differential-Out Op Amps 290 7.4 Low Noise and Low Power Op Amps 300 7.5 Low Voltage Op Amps 310 8.1 Open-Loop Comparators 320 8.2 Improved Open-Loop Comparators and Latches 330 8.3 High speed comparators 340 10.1 Characterization of DACs and Current Scaling DACs 350 10.2 Voltage, Charge Scaling and Serial DACs, Improved Resolution 360 10.3 Characterization of ADCs and Sample and Hold Circuits 370 10.4 Moderate Speed Nyquist ADCs 380 10.5 High Speed Nyquist ADCs 390 10.6 Oversampling ADCs Part I 400 10.7 Oversampling ADCs Part II...
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