This course is designed to help VLSI career aspirants in the field of VLSI Analog Circuit Design. It covers complete details from basic device fundamentals, circuit theory, BJT, CMOS & BiCMOS device functions. This Course helps to acquire suffiecient skills as needed by Industry. Course modules are designed as per Industry needs and provides complete indepth knowledge to handle challenges in VLSI Analog Circuit Design job roles. Aspiring candidates will learn complete knowledge from creating analog circuits, device technologies, performing spice simulations and analyzing the results. The course will benefit VLSI Engineers seeking to enter into VLSI analog circuit design job.
The main focus of the course is to make each engineer understand Ckt Design concepts from basic concepts till complex analog components, performing functional simulations with various device parameters.
While in course work, for every candidate more emphasis is given on learning through practicals backed by theoritical concepts taught during classes & in the lab sessions.
With Electronics as major subject in B.E/B.Tech/M.E/M.Tech, atleast 60% throughout academic
career. Basic knowledge in device physics, Good knowledge on circuit theory, Good knowledge
on any analog devices, and Good logical & analytical ability
Selection based on written test and personal Interviews for eligible interested Candidates.
Syllabus for written test covers electronic design subjects, device fundamentals, and Analytical and
Logical questions. Please walkin/mail/call us to schedule for written test & personal interview.
professionals will get direct admissions.
a) Refreshing MOS basics.
b) Circuit Design Tool Flow Introduction.
c) MOS Device Characterization using simulation.
a) Design of Single Ended MOS Amplifiers.
b) Common Source (CS) Amplifier Design for various design parameters
c) Identify practical difficulties and constraints.
d) (Size, power, etc)
e) Introduction to other Single Ended Amplifiers.
a) Design of Differential Amplifiers.
b) Extended CS Amplifier concept to differential amp
c) Understanding common mode and differential signalling
d) Design and identify usage and importance of differential amplifier
a) Design and Verification of OTA/Operational Amplifier.
b) Build the design based learning of CS amplifier and Diff Amp
c) Understand application of OTA/OpAmp in various system designs.
d) Design and Verification of Band gap reference
a) Design and Verification of Analog Comparator
b) Apply the learning of OTA, diff amp etc. and build an analog comparator
c) Understand various architectures and limitations of comparator
d) Understand applications of comparator in various Analog Designs (like ADC)
e) Design and Verification of Oscillator Circuit
f) Learn designing a ring based voltage controlled oscillator
g) Understand limitations and advantage of each architecture.
h) Understand usage of VCO in PLL
a) Introduction to Analog IP/Module using Analog Building blocks
b) Project work on selected design/topic