Analogue Integrated Circuits and Design

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TEACHING ARCHIVESTIEI
Course Description (for 2014)
Course Description
Tianjin International Engineering Institute
Course Name(Chinese): 模拟集成电路与设计
(English):Analogue Integrated Circuits and Design
Course Name: Analogue Integrated Circuits and Design
Course Code:
Semester: 2
Credit:
Programme: Electronic
Course Module: Specialized Subjects
Responsible: Gao Jing
E-mail: [email protected]
Department:School of Electronic Information Engineering
Time Layout (1 credit hour = 45 minutes)
Practice
Lecture
Lab-study
8
24
12
Project
Internship(days)
Personal Work
48
Course Resume
The course starts with an overview of operational amplifier imperfections and an
introduction of bipolar and CMOS technologies, open-loop gain, negative and positive feedback,
offset, drift, temperature dependence, and tolerances. Next, using transistor models and a
standard two-stage CMOS op-amp as an example, the course covers fundamentals of DC biasing
techniques including current mirrors, supply and temperature independent biasing and bandgap
references, differential amplifiers, active loading, device high-frequency models, small-signal
analysis and design of frequency responses, slew-rate limitations, and feedback. Spice
simulations are used throughout the course. Several design exercises covering example designs
(e.g. bandgap reference, op-amp, linear voltage regulator, pulse-width modulator, PWM
controller) are performed in detail.
Pre-requirements
Physics; Electricity and Magnetism; Differential Equations.
Course Objectives
The aim of this coursecovers the fundamentals of transistor-level analog integrated circuit
design. Basic knowledge of semiconductor devices, bipolar and CMOS small-signal and
large-signal models, as well as analysis of microelectronic circuits is assumed. Starting from this
background, the course objectives are to introduce principles of analog integrated-circuit
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TEACHING ARCHIVESTIEI
Course Description (for 2014)
analysis, modelling and design at the transistor level.
Course Syllabus
1.Course introduction
2.Negative feedback systems and stability
3.Opamp at the block level; Frequency compensation
4.Opamp amplifiers
5.Components available on an IC
6.Noise in resistors and MOS transistors
7.Review of basic amplifier stages
8.Single ended opamp design
9.Fully differential opamp design
10.Phase locked loop
11.Reference voltage and current generators
12.Low dropout regulators
13.Continuous time filters
14.Switched capacitor filters
15.Circuit simulators
Text Book & References
Required: Gray et al., Analysis & Design of Analog Integrated Circuits, 4th ed., Wiley, 2001.
We may also use readings from a few textbooks:
Allen and Holberg, CMOS Analog Circuit Design, 2nd ed., Oxford, 2002.
Johns and Martin, Analog Integrated Circuit Design, Wiley, 1997.
Capability Tasks
CT1
CT2
CT3
CT4
CT10
Achievements
Design low power circuits ( <=1V) - Level: A
Know circuits's parameters and physical's parameters to reach low consumption specifications Level: A
Know to implement a number of ad hoc architectures - Level: M
Students: Electronic year 2
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