School of Engineering and Technology, (SET) 

AT81.05 : Analog Integrated Circuit Design 3(23)  
Rationale:  
This course focuses on theory, analysis and design of analog integrated circuits in both Bipolar and MetalOxideSilicon(MOS) technologies. Basic design concepts, issues and tradeoffs involved in analog IC design are explored. Intuitive understanding and reallife applications are emphasized throughout the course. 

Catalog Description:  
The students on the completion of this course would be able to:
• Apply knowledge learned on Analog circuit design in practice
• Analyze and solve Analog circuit problems using appropriate tools


Prerequisite(s):  
None 

Course Outline:  


Laboratory Sessions:  
• Orcad software tutorial
• Transistor Characteristics Study
• Current Mirror Design
• Single Stage Amplifier Design
• Differential Amplifier Design
• Cascode Amplifier Design
• Op Amp Design


Textbook:  
1. B. Razavi: Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuit, 2nd edition, McGrawHill Education, 2016


References:  
1. P. E. Allen, D. R. Holberg: CMOS Analog Circuit Design, 2^{nd} edition, Oxford University Press, 2002
2. D. A. Johns, K. Martins: Analog Integrated Circuit Design, John Wiley, 1997
3. P.R. Gray, P. J. Hurst, S. H. Lewis, and R.G. Meyers: Analysis and Design of Analog Integrated Circuits, 5th Edition, Wiley, 2009
4. K. R. Laker, W. M. C. Sansen: Design of Analog Integrated Circuits and Systems, McGrawHill, 1994


Journals/Magazines/Websites:  
1. IEEE Electronic Letters, IEEE
2. IEEE Journal of SolidState Circuits, IEEE
3. IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I, II, IEEE


Assignment:  
Lectures: 30 hours
Laboratory sessions: 45 hours
Presentations: 3 hours
Selfstudy: 90 hours


Teaching Method:  
The lectures provide the students with the basic understanding of the subject. To increase understanding on the subject and become active learners, the students are required to do laboratory assignments, literature review, and presentation. The laboratory assignments strengthen their understanding and give them a chance to work in group. The literature review is the individual assignment. The presentation is a part of the individual assignment for personal development and knowledge sharing.


Grading System:  
The final grade will be computed according to the following components: midterm exam (40%), final exam (40%), and assignments (20%). Closedbook examination is used for both midterm and final exam.
An “A” would be awarded if a student can demonstrate clear understanding of the knowledge learned in class as well as from the laboratory assignments and literature reviews.
A “B” would be awarded if a student can understand the basic principles of the knowledge learned in class, from the laboratory assignments and from literature reviews.
A “C” would be given if a student can understand partially the basic principles of the knowledge learned in class, from the laboratory assignments and from literature reviews.
A “D” would be given if a student shows lack of understanding of the knowledge learned in class, from the laboratory assignments and from literature reviews.


Instructor(s):  

