Title :  Analog Circuits
Course No : EE3002
Credits :
Prerequisite :

Syllabus :

  • Nonlinear one-port and two-port circuits; Large signal and small signal incremental analysis; Incremental y parameters for obtaining gain; nMOS transistor;
  • Common source amplifier; biasing; ac coupling the signal;
  • Sensitivity to MOS parameters; Biasing a MOS transistor at a given current; Current mirror bias; Drain feedback bias; Source current bias; Using resistors instad of current sources;
  • Negative feedback amplifiers using operational amplifiers(opamp); Assigning opamp signs; Voltage-controlled and current-controlled voltage sources using an opamp; Controlled sources using a transistor—common drain and common gate amplifiers;
  • pMOS transistor; Converting nMOS transistors to pMOS; Common source amplifier with an active load; CMOS inverter; Biasing in the high gain region
  • Differential pair; Half circuits; Single stage opamp; Two stage opamp;
  • High frequency model of a MOS transistor; Common source amplifier frequency response; Pole splitting; Common drain and common gate amplifier frequency responses;
  • Negative feedback amplifiers with one, two, or more poles in feedback; Loop gain and stability criteria; Phase margin; Frequency compensation;
  • Bipolar transistors; Elementary amplifier stages using bipolar transistors;

Text Books :

  • Sedra & K. Smith, “Microelectronic Circuits”, 5th Edition, Oxford University Press, 2007.

References :

  • P. Gray, R. Meyer, S. Lewis and P. Hurst, “Analog Integrated Circuits”, Third Edition, John Wiley, 2007
  • B. Razavi, “Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits, “Tata McGraw Hill 2002.