Department of Engineering

ELE 444

Analog Integrated Circuits and Design

Course Description: Principles of internal circuit operation and design of analog integrated circuits with emphasis on CMOS technology. Topics include analog CMOS processes, devices and device models, bias and reference sources, differential and high gain amplifiers, OTAs and operational amplifiers, power stages, frequency response, feedback, stability and internal compensation applied to the design of CMOS operational amplifiers and other CMOS analog integrated circuits. SPICE simulation, layout and electronic design automation tools are demonstrated and used in homework and design projects.

Curriculum: Electrical engineering elective
Prerequisites: ELE 343
Instructors:  Mustafa Guvench
Delivery: Lecture 3 hrs., Lab 1 hr.
Frequency: Fall, even year (see the Course Offering Plan)
Credits: 3