Welcome to the home page of EE6312 "Advanced Analog Integrated Circuits" for Spring 2006.
The course focuses on the design of analog integrated circuits with an emphasis on CMOS technology. After a brief review of the basic analog building blocks, we proceed to develop operational amplifiers and their applications. Also advanced topics such as noise and mismatch are introduced. Check the Syllabus and Textbook sections for more details.
In case you wonder: "The (electronic) world is going digital, why analog?", please take a close look at these quotes. In brief, analog interfaces with ever higher performance are necessary to enable digital based applications in multimedia or communications.
Check this page often for course announcements. We will further use "Courseworks" for email communications and grade-books. Make sure you have access to this class in courseworks.
- May-2006: Final + solution posted in Exams. Have a good summer!
- March-2006: Midterm + solution posted in Exams.
- March-2006: New notes on the SC amplifier and Feedback loopgain analysis are posted (See under "Stability, Settling, Slew-rate, Switches & Feedback" in Notes)
- March-2006: Extra notes on common-mode feedback added (See Opamps part III).
- March-2006: Homework solutions for HW1, HW2 and HW3 are posted in the 'Exams' Section.
- Jan-2006: Class will be held in 1127 Mudd on Tuesdays from 10.00am to 12.30pm. Please be in time.
- Jan-2006: Course webpage updated; check the syllabus for a course overview and the pre-requisites if you plan to register for this class!