EE3-01 Analogue Integrated Circuits and SystemsLecturer(s): Prof Chris Toumazou; Dr Pantelis Georgiou
The aim of this course is to provide a general overview of
analogue integrated circuits and systems in CMOS and Bipolar technologies with particular
emphasis on high frequency circuit design for wireless products.
The course will enable
students to design some of the fundamental and very important analogue interface circuits on
predominately mixed signal digital/ analogue systems. The course will also give the students a
1st hand appreciation of radio frequency circuit design, particularly for mobile
Design techniques Modelling and simulation (SPICE) of MOSFETS. Modelling and
simulation (SPICE) of BJTs.
Noise sources in op-amps and integrated circuits and low noise design.
Refresher of CMOS building blocks, current-mirrors, amplifiers, differential pairs. Design
case study of typical CMOS IC op-amp.
Introduction to integrated switched capacitor filters and continuous-time filters.
100% on 3-hour exam in early Spring Term
Coursework contribution: 0%
Closed or Open Book (end of year exam): Closed
To be announced
Oral Exam Required (as final assessment): N/A
Prerequisite: None required
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