EEE 415 CMOS Analog Circuit Design

This course introduces the students to analog integrated circuit design techniques, beginning with a review of fundamental device properties to complex multistage amplifier design. The goal of this course is to teach the basic techniques for the analysis and design of analog building blocks; i.e. amplifiers, current mirrors, comparators, cascade amplifiers, PLL etc., noise considerations, frequency response. By the end of the course the students will have designed and presented a complex analog circuit (e.g. An amplifier, a band-gap reference, etc) with specifications close to state of the art, on a commercial state of the art process.