ENEE: 719C - Mixed Signal VLSI Circuit Design
This course is an advanced course on Mixed Signal VLSI design. We will review integrated circuits devices and deep sub-micron modeling. We will study the theory and design of mixed-signal circuits such as non-linear and switch analog, data conversion and interface circuits. Using a state-of-the-art VLSI CAD environment provided by CADENCE Design Systems, we will design and verify these circuits at various levels of abstraction. There will be a chip design project that can be submitted to MOSIS for fabrication.
Pre-requisite: ENEE 408B and ENEE 408D (or equivalent) and permission of instructor
Required: Baker, Li and Boyce, CMOS Circuit Design, Layout and Simulations, 1998
Course Structure:2 In-class Exams (Open Book): 50% of Grade
Design Project, Bi-weekly Presentations and Final Report (IEEE Paper Style): 50% of Grade
| Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering | A. James Clark School of Engineering | University of Maryland |