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Course Name Analog Signal Processing
Course Code 15ECE322
Program B. Tech. in Electronics and Communication Engineering
Year Taught 2019


Unit 1

Review of transistor characteristics- bias stability- compensation techniques – frequency response of cascaded amplifiers – theory of compensation – dominant pole and pole-zero compensation techniques – two-stage MOS amplifier compensation – bandwidth limitation of amplifiers – single transistor and differential mode wideband video amplifiers – tuned amplifier design – stabilization and applications.

Unit 2

Universal Active filter – simulation of differential equations – inductor and negative simulations – double integrator and gyrator oscillators – Analog Multipliers – Log- Antilog Multipliers – AGC/AVC – Low-drift and Low-input-current specifications – origin of slew rate limitations – improving slew rate in MOS Op-amps.

Unit 3

Switched-Capacitor circuits – MOSFEs as switche s- Switched-Capacitor integrators – Switched-Capacitor amplifiers – Unity gain buffer – Non-inverting amplifier – Precision multiply-by-two circuit

Text Books

  1. Paul R. Gray, Paul J. Hurst, Stephen H. Lewis, Robert G. Meyer, “Analysis and Design of Analog Integrated Circuits”, Wiley Publishers, Fifth Edition, 2009.
  2. Sedra and Smith,”Microelectronic Circuits”, Oxford Press, 2004, Fifth Edition


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