Electronic circuits are indispensable technology in today’s modern society and are used in most industrial fields. It is rare
that electronic circuits to be realized as stand-alone active devices, and is rather realized as several module ICs. This
course will focus on circuit analysis and design utilizing IC modules based on electronic circuit information learned in undergraduate
courses. Examples of large-scale circuits which are actually used will be addressed, and lectures will be conducted relating
to their operating principles.
Purpose of class
In this course, the aim is to understand design procedure for the operational transconductance amplifier(OTA) using MOS-FET.
And, also, the course aims to understand the application of the
Goals and objectives
Understanding of the basic principles of the analog CMOS integrated circuits
Understanding of the design theory of the linear amplifier
Understanding of the switched capacitor circuits for A / D converter
HW assignments (Including preparation and review of the class.)
Amount of Time Required
A comparison of bipolar technology and MOS technology
MOS device current-voltage characteristics
First stage amplifier circuits (1) source ground circuit
Relationship between 'Goals and Objectives' and 'Course Outcomes'
Evaluation method and criteria
Evaluation based on 10 reports submitted in the classes. When the calculation results and description that are lectured in
the class are written more than 60% in the all answer reports, the class is passed. When the students pass the class, they
can design and calculate the gain and the frequency response of the operational amplifier using MOS-FETs.
Textbooks and reference materials
Behzed Razavi, 'Design of analog CMOS integrated circuits', McGraw Hill, NY, 2001
Understanding of the fundamentals of analog electronic circuits
Office hours and How to contact professors for questions
After the class in the lecture room.
17:00-18:00, Wednesday (Room is 10J32 at 10th floor in the research building. Please, contact in advance)
Relation to the environment
Development of social and professional independence
Course that cultivates an ability for utilizing knowledge
Course by professor with work experience
Work experience and relevance to the course content if applicatable