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Analog IC Design

Indian Institute of Technology Madras and NPTEL via Swayam

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Overview

This course will introduce advanced concepts in analog circuit design specifically relevant to CMOS IC design. It will cover circuit noise and mismatch, their analysis, and their impact on CMOS opamp design. As prerequisites, the student is expected to have undergone a course on (a) basic circuit theory and analysis (b) signals and systems and (c) MOS analog circuits. At the end of this course, the student should be able to design and analyze several types of CMOS opamps at the transistor level.
INTENDED AUDIENCE : B.E/B.Tech,M.E/M.Tech,M.S,PhD engineering subject
PRE-REQUISITES : UG course (or equivalent) on: Basic Electrical Circuits, Signals and Systems, Analog CircuitsINDUSTRY SUPPORT : NILL

Syllabus

COURSE LAYOUT

Week 1Introduction to Integrated Circuits; Review of some simple MOS amplifiers
Week 2
Noise in circuits; Noise analysis of common circuits
Week 3
Mismatch in circuits
Week 4
Introduction to negative feedback; frequency response and Bode plots
Week 5
Loop gain and stability; Dominant pole compensation
Week 6
Block level conceptualization of single- and two-stage opamps
Week 7
Differential and common-mode analysis; Differential amplifiers
Week 8
Single-stage opamp
Week 9
Telescopic opamp
Week 10
Folded cascode opamp
Week 11
Two-stage opamp
Week 12
Fully differential opamps; common-mode feedback

Taught by

S. Aniruddhan

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