Academics

Graduate Program

Academics

Graduate Program

Graduate Program

Special Topics in Integrated Circuits

Subject No.
Research
Credit
Classification
EE877
Device
3
72

This course covers topics of interest in integrated circuits for students at the graduate level. The course content is specifically designed by the instructor.

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EE676

This course deals with advanced levels of analog circuits emphasis on CMOS. The topics include wideband operational amplifiers, comparators, Switched capacitor filters, ADC, DAC, continuous time filters, etc.
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Circuit, Device
EE678

This course is designed to expose students to the important issues in high performance CMOS circuit design. This course covers the data path design in full custom design methodology, clocking strategy, and the state-of-the art CMOS logic styles.