This course is expected to be a very comprehensive supplement to course on Analog Circuits and can be instrumental in stimulating interest and developing aptitude among the participants. Open source simulation platforms like PSPICE or LT-SPICE will be used, so that all participants can carry out the simulations described in the course. In line with the present industry scenario, we will mostly rely on MOSFET circuits. In the simulation examples, a clear distinction between bred-board circuit design (commonly practiced in a UG course) and integrated circuit design will be made at all stages.
This course can be very useful for UG as well as PG students, along with research scholars in the initial phases of their PhD study and course work. We expect this course to be also very valuable for teachers willing to utilize the presented content in for their class.
INTENDED AUDIENCE : Electronics/Electrical Engineering students interested in developing deeper insight into Analog Circuit Design, by applying all they learn in Analog Circuit Course in building an entire application. This course should also be helpful for teachers who wish to use this material for their courses. PRE-REQUISITES :
- Basic Understanding of Analog Electronic Circuits
- MOSFET device operation
- Basics of signal processing
- Basics of digital logic circuits.
- SAC Ahemadabad (ISRO)
- Sankalp Semiconductor
- Maxlinear (tentative)
- Texas Instruments (Tentative)