ANALOG DESIGN (VLSI Analog Design)
Very-large-scale integration (VLSI) is the process of creating an integrated circuit by combining millions of transistors into a single chip for specific set of functions. Naturally occurring signals are analog. Analog Design is the front-end activity of analog IP/chip design which deals with the amplification, processing and conversion of the natural signals into digital domain. The course deals with design of common analog building blocks such as current mirrors, amplifiers and voltage reference circuits. Spice simulations will be used extensively to enhance the learning experience. The course starts with pre-requisite courses in Unix OS, Programming & scripting languages, fabrication technology, CMOS device physics, and related device equations. Class assignments, Labs and practice examples are realistic to understand the concepts better and get an overview of the design requirements.
- Education: B.E./B.Tech
- Streams: Electronics(ECE)
- Percentage: 65%