Electrical and Computer EngineeringECE 221 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 ECE 172. (Formerly EE 221.)

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): course ECE 171 or equivalent; ECE 178 or equivalent recommended.

Credits

5

Quarter offered

Fall

Instructor

Kenneth Pedrotti