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X483: Semiconductor IC Amplifiers

 

Create a unique recipe for developing intuitive skills for analyzing microelectronic circuits – without doing lots of intricate mathematics. While some of the instructors or textbooks use the classical approach that requires a tedious derivation, which becomes more cumbersome when facing a complex circuit, this course’s approach offers an alternative by focusing on the analysis-by-inspection method. Topics covered include: low-frequency BJT and MOS amplifiers, amplifier frequency response, high-frequency analysis-by-inspection vs. SPICE simulation, and case studies/homework by which you will explore some inspiring or challenging analog circuits.

 
 

X485: Computer Simulation of Electronic Circuits

 

Learn the industry-standard tools for tomorrow’s solutions. Gain hands-on experience using SPICE to simulate, verify, examine, and design microelectronic circuits. Illustrating the techniques to fully leverage SPICE, this course offers in-depth coverage ranging from semiconductor devices to analog and digital ICs. Also providing an opportunity to conduct a design project covering wide-swing constant-transconductance bias, advanced comparators, and sequential digital circuits, such as master slave DFFs and C²MOS latch, this unique course will bring you an interactive online learning experience and a higher level of proficiency.

 
 

X489: Fundamental Analog ICs

 

Gain the competitive advantage by learning how to analyze, simulate, and design a CMOS analog integrated-circuit. This course is intended for working professionals who have no strong foundation on analog design, but are interested in either upgrading their knowledge and skills or redirecting career development in the valuable semiconductor market. This course covers basic concepts, practices, and design skills used for analog ICs. Lectures covered include: Basic current mirrors, high-performance current mirrors, single-stage CMOS amplifiers, differential amplifiers, output stages, and short-circuit protection circuitry.

 
 
 
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