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Teaching Assistant: Tugce Yazicigil rty2102
AT columbia DOT edu
Please take a look at the Textbook section for a detailed topic list.
- Main focus will be on CMOS design.
- MOS operation (weak, moderate, strong inversion),
- Basic transistor stages with low voltage supplies.
- Single ended and fully differential operational amplifier analysis and design: telescopic, folded cascode, two-stage OTA, common-mode feedback.
- Switched capacitor 2x amplifier: time-domain settling; switch design and non-idealities.
- Stability and frequency compensation techniques (differential & common mode).
- Noise in circuits; low-noise design.
- Device Mismatch and its impact on circuit performance.
- Temperature- and supply-independent biasing.
We do not formally follow a textbook but use a combination of instructor's notes and technical papers. A lot of the material is available from (see the Textbook section):
Other reference texts on the subject:
- Y. Tsividis: "Mixed Analog Digital VLSI Devices and Technology (An introduction)", World Scientific, New Jersey, 2002.
- Gray, Hurst, Lewis, and Meyer: "Analysis and design of Analog Integrated Circuits", (5th Edition), John Wiley and Sons.
- W.M.C. Sansen, "Analog Design Essentials", Springer, 2006.
- D. Binkley, "Tradeoffs and Optimization in Analog CMOS Design" John Wiley & Sons, August 2008.
- K. R. Laker, W.M.C. Sansen, "Design of Analog Integrated Circuits and Systems", McGraw-Hill, January 1994
- David Johns, Ken Martin, "Analog Integrated Circuit Design", John Wiley & Sons, November 1996.
- Phillip E. Allen and Douglas R. Holberg, "CMOS Analog Circuit Design", (Second Edition), Oxford University Press, February 2002.
Several copies of these books will be on reserve in the Engineering Library (Mudd 4th floor).
State-of-the-art computer-aided analysis techniques are extensively used. An extensive design project is an integral part of the course.
Design Project 25%
Midterm (written) 20%
Final (written) 40%