EE221: Advanced Analog Integrated Circuits

Analog integrated circuit design with emphasis on fundamentals of designing linear circuits using CMOS. Covers MOS devices and device modeling, current mirrors, op-amp design, op-amp compensation, comparators, multipliers, voltage references, sample-and-holds, noise, and an introduction to more complicated systems using these building blocks, such as phase locked loops and analog-to-digital converters. If time permits, integrated circuit layout issues, and device/circuit fabrication. Students cannot receive credit for this course and course 172. Prerequisite(s): course 171 or equivalent; course 178 or equivalent recommended.

5 credits

Year Fall Winter Spring Summer

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