Design of Analog Integrated Circuits
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Behzad Razavi, Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits,
International Edition 2001.
Homework 30%
Mid term 40%
Final Project 30%
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Design of Analog Integrated Circuits
Chap. 11 Bandgap References
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Overview
Reading
Textbook Chapter 11.
Introduction
Analog circuits incorporate voltage and current references
extensively. For example, A/D and D/A converters have a
reference is required
Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits
Chap. 10 Nonlinearity and Mismatch
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Overview
Reading
Textbook Chapter 13
Introduction
In this lecture, we study two imperfections that prove critical in highprecision analog design and trade with many other perf
Design of Analog Integrated Circuits
Chap. 9 Noise
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Overview
Reading Textbook Chapter 7
Introduction
In this lecture, we describe the phenomenon of noise and its effect
on analog circuits.
Following a general description of noise characteristics in the
f
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Chap. 8 Stability and Frequency Compensation
1
Overview
Reading
Textbook Chapter 10.
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Basic negative-feedback system
General considerations
Closed-loop transfer function:
Y
(s ) = H ( s )
1 + H ( s )
X
if H(s =
Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits
Chap. 7 Operational Amplifiers
1
Overview
Reading
Textbook Chapter 9.
Ch6, CMOS Analog Circuit Design, 2nd edition, by Allen and
Holberg
Introduction
Operational amplifiers (op amps) are an integral part of many
Design of Analog Integrated Circuits
Chap. 6 Frequency Response of Amplifiers
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Overview
Reading
Textbook Chapter 6.
Introduction
In this lecture, we study the response of single-stage and differential
amplifiers in the frequency domain. Following a revi
Design of Analog Integrated Circuits
Chap. 5 Passive and Active Current Mirrors
1
Overview
Reading
Textbook Chapter 5.
Introduction
In analog circuits current sources acts as a large resistor without
consuming excessive voltage headroom. This lecture dea
Design of Analog Integrated Circuits
Chap. 4 Basic MOS Device Physics
1
Overview
Reading
Textbook Chapter 2.
Introduction
In studying the design of integrated circuits, one of two extreme
approaches can be taken:
Begin with q uantum mechanics and unders
Design of Analog Integrated Circuits
Chap. 3 Layout and Packaging
Reading Textbook Chapter 18.
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General Considerations
Layout of a PMOS
2
Design Rules
Minimum Width
Minimum Spacing
3
Design Rules (cond)
Minimum Enclosure
Minimum Extension
4
A differenti
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Chap. 2 CMOS Processing Technology
Reading Textbook Chapter 17.
1
General Considerations
2
Basic Fabrication Processes
Wafer Processing
Czochralski developed a method in 1917 to grow single-crystal silicon
materials.
Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits
Chap. 12 Introduction to Switched-Capacitor
Circuits
1
Overview
Reading
Textbook Chapter 12.
Introduction
we study the switched-capacitor (SC) circuits. Our objective is to
provide the foundation for more advance