The aim of the course is to enable the student to design advanced analogue, digital and mixed signal microelectronic circuits and to enable self-guided continuing learning in the advancing field of microelectronics. Topics covered include: special IC processes, scaling, matching, parasitics, wires, advanced transistor modelling, frequency analysis, cascode OTAs, fully-differential circuits, filters, sigma-delta converters, logic effort, advanced logic families, TSP registers, arithmetic circuits, timing, clock distribution, self-timed systems, mixed analogue-digital design, current research.
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