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Introduction

The continuing development of silicon technology and the growing demand for more signal processing and functionality integrated on a single chip, has resulted in a growing need for the design of effective analog integrated circuits.

Analog circuits and systems have an important role in the implementation and application of silicon technology across a wide range of frequencies and for many functions. This course provides a comprehensive introduction to various aspects of modern analog integrated circuit design. Navigate through the maze of technologies and techniques including circuit components, component variations and practical design paradigms. Learn how to analyze and design a complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) analog integrated circuit. Analyze and simulate elementary transistor stages, current mirrors, supply- and temperature-independent bias and reference circuits.

Course Aims

This course will:

  • Give a state-of-the-art review of the principles, concepts and techniques required to produce successful designs of analog integrated circuits using CMOS technologies.
  • Expose participants to the methods used in the processing and design of such circuits, including electrical modelling, characterisation of the process parameters, SPICE simulation techniques, testability considerations, and methods of experimental verification.
  • Combine an academic viewpoint with practical examples and experience from industry.


Who Should Attend

The course has been designed for circuit designers who need to implement analog integrated circuit design using CMOS technologies.

It will provide experienced analog circuit designers with a valuable updating on the latest and forthcoming developments in the field. At the same time through its careful structure, it will give those with less experience or who are considering entering the field, an indispensable grounding in the fundamentals of the technology, and ways in which it can be implemented successfully.

Participants should have a general knowledge of analog circuits, electrical circuit analysis, and familiarity with integrated circuit technology.

Methods of Tuition

The course will consist of a series of well-illustrated lectures on the above topics, while at the same time include ample opportunities for participants to discuss the material and its relevance to their own practical problems, with one of the leading international authorities in the field of analog circuit design.

 

Program Schedule

Sl. No

Date

Topic

Speaker

Theory (Hrs)

1

7th July

Basic MOS ciruits, Differential amlifiers, Advanced OPamps, OTAs, Comparators

Dr. Laxminidhi

NIT Suratkat

6

2

8th July

Filters

Dr. Ananda Mohan

CDAC

6

3

9th July

Data Converters- Sigma Delta

Dr. Ananda Mohan

CDAC

3

4

9th July

PLL

Dr. K.R.K.Rao

TI

3

5

10th July

High Speed Data Converters for RF Design

Dr. Cyril Prasanna

Dean R &D

MS Engineering College

6

6

11th July

Analog Layout Design

Dr. Cyril Prasanna

Dean R &D

MS Engineering College

3

7

11th July

RF frontend design modelling using simulink

Dr. Cyril Prasanna

Dean R &D

MS Engineering College

3

Contact

Dr.Siva Yellampalli
vtu@utltraining.com
+91 80- 23472171 / 2

Schedule

July 07, 2014 — 9:00 am to
July 11, 2014 — 6:00 pm

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Venue

VTU Extn Center
#19/6, Ashokpuram School Road, Industrial Suburb
Yeshwanthpur
Bangalore, Karnataka
India

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