This is a second course on analog MOS integrated circuit design. The focus is on the design of circuits for signal processing applications. The first half of the course will concentrate on some advanced CMOS device modeling issues, passive components, and CMOS operational amplifiers, both single-ended and fully differential.
In the second half of the course, switched-capacitor (SC) circuits will be introduced and analyzed using Z-transform and charge-transfer analysis. A SC sample-and-hold circuit and SC integrators will be analyzed. First- and second-order SC filters, ladder filters, and nonideal effects in SC filters will be covered. Continuous-time CMOS filters will be presented. Other topics that may be covered if time permits are: double-correlated sampling and chopping.
There will be homework, roughly one assignment per week. The programs SWITCAP and HSPICE will be used for homework.
Phone: (530) 752-2054, Email Address: email@example.com
Tu Th noon-1:30 PM in 1070 Bainer
Course EEC210 required
Course EEC151 or EEC201 recommended
Analog Integrated Circuit Design,
Carusone, Johns and Martin; Wiley, 2nd edition, 2012
or Analog Integrated Circuit Design, Johns and Martin; Wiley,1997.
Analysis and Design of Analog Integrated Circuits, Gray, Hurst, Lewis & Meyer; Wiley.
Design of Analog Integrated Circuits and Systems, Laker and Sansen; McGraw-Hill.
Analog MOS Integrated Circuits, Gray, Hodges, & Broderson, editors; IEEE Press.
Analog MOS Integrated Circuits 2, Gray, Wooley, & Broderson, ed.;IEEE Press.
CMOS Analog Circuit Design, Allen and Holberg; Holt, Reinhart, and Winston
MOS Switched-Capacitor Filters: Analysis and Design, Moschytz, ed.; IEEE Press.
Operation & Modeling of the MOS Transistor, Tsividis; McGraw-Hill.
Analog MOS Integrated Circuits for Signal Processing, Gregorian & Temes, Wiley.
Feedback Amplifier Principles, Rosenstark; MacMillan.
Introduction to the Design of Transconductor-Capacitor Filters, Kardontchik; Kluwer.
Analog CMOS Filters for Very High Frequencies, Nauta; Kluwer.
Homework 25%, Midterm 30%, Final 45%.
|One midterm (date TBA) and a final.|
|Topic||Reading (2nd edition, 2012)||Reading (first edition, 1997)|
|MOS Transistors and Technology||Chap. 1 and 2||Chap. 1 and 2|
|Passive Components||Sect. 2.4||Sect. 2.4|
|CMOS Op Amps: Single-ended and Fully Diff.||Chap. 6 (GHL&M: Sect. 6.3-6.7, Sect. 9.4.3-9.4.5 & Chap. 12)||Chap. 5 and 6, (GHL&M: Sect. 6.3-6.7, Sect. 9.4.3-9.4.5 & Chap. 12)|
|Feedback (Return Ratio)||Chap 5 (Loop Gain found in Sect. 5.4.1 is return ratio), (GHL&M: Sect. 8.8)||Sect. 5.2, (GHL&M: Sect. 8.8)|
|Switched-Capacitor Filters||Chap. 13 and 14||Chap. 9 and 10|
|Continuous-Time Filters||Chap. 12||Chap. 15|
System_Examples (lecture 1)
Calculating_Lambda (lecture 1)
Passive Components (lecture 3)
Single-transistor MOS amplifier models (lecture 3)
List of interesting papers on MOS op amps (lecture 10)
Gaussian surface examples (lecture 13)
SC circuit offset calculation (lecture 13)
SCF: S-to-Z transform example (lecture 14)
SC Biquads (lecture 14)
SC Ladder filter - example (lecture 15)
CT filter with finite gain & bw - example (lecture 20)
CT filter tuning - example (lecture 20)
List of interesting CT filter papers (lecture 20)
A Rauch biquad (lecture 20)