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Course Description

Course Description

This course offers the students an introduction to CMOS technology and principle of CMOS circuitries. The electrical engineering students will learn the design and analysis of basic microelectronic circuitries. The topics covered in the week 1-6 can be seen in course outline.

Topics Covered

  • Introduction to analog design
  • Basic MOS device physics
  • Single state amplifiers
  • Layout and design rules
  • Differential amplifiers
  • Passive and active current mirrors
  • Frequency response of amplifiers
  • Noise
  • Feedback
  • Operational amplifiers

Learning Outcome

After successful completion of the course, students are expected to be able to:

  • To analyze the characteristics of basic analog integrated circuits
  • To formulate the behavior of basic analog circuits by inspection
  • To perform circuit simulation using computer-aided tool
  • To draw layout based on given design rules

Lecture and Lab Time

  • Lecture: every Monday and Wednesday 16:00-17:30 at PSE321
  • Labs at BEL 334, Thursday 18:30 - 21:30
Last modified:
2017/01/05 07:23