Circuit Design 1: Introduction to Op-Amp Design
EC ENGR 870.01
This course provides fundamental understanding of analog CMOS technologies, modeling, device characterization, and CMOS circuit design.
What you can learn.
- Understand the importance and vast application of operational amplifiers in analog and mixed signal circuit design
- Explore feedback architecture and various inverting and non-inverting configurations
- Discover the fundamentals of the building blocks of operational amplifiers
- Identify how to design op-amps to meet design specifications
About this course:The primary building block of all analog and mixed signal integrated circuits is operational amplifiers (Op-Amps). Amplifiers are the main components in anything analog from analog to digital converters (ADC) to digital to analog converters (DAC), filters, transmitters, receivers, transceivers and more. This course provides fundamental understanding of analog CMOS technologies, modeling, device characterization, and CMOS circuit design. It covers the application, design and operation of operational amplifiers including building blocks of amplifiers such as current source and sink circuitries, current mirrors, bias circuitries, differential input stage, gain stage and output stage. It also covers the frequency response analysis of operational amplifiers. It concludes with step-by-step design instruction of op-amps to meet the design specification.
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