The Electronics industry is based on two basic domain Analog, Digital and its combination widely known as mixed signal. As the world is going towards the digitalization the Analog domain has its own unique importance. To understand the current era of electronic design using Analog concepts we are providing training in Advance analog VLSI Design. In this Training we have covered important theoretical fundamentals as well as a series of simulation experiment to give the clear view of each and every analog circuit topology.

Course Highlights

• Basic MOS theory analysis
• Current Mirrors and Its uses
• Operational Amplifiers design for Noise reduction and other properties
• EDA simulation using latest SPICE models using different foundries technology file.
• Analog Layout Design concepts.
• Industry Level EDA Tools Exposure.

In this digital era why we need for Analog design? There are many reasons like digital data transmission rate, and bandwidth. But in Analog we are restricted only by physics.

This module is specially designed for Master and PhD Follower to work at Advance Analog and Mixed-Signal IC design for various SoC.

Course Structure :

Phase 1.
To start with Analog you should aware about basics component like resistor, capacitor, Inductor, BJT, MOSFET, KVL, KCL.
• Introduction to Basics of VLSI
• Analog vs. Digital
• Semiconductor Physics basics
• MOSFET, CMOS theory
• MOSFET Model
Phase 2.
This module provides an insight into different approaches of signal model and concerned problem. Through small –signal model analysis we can reduce non –linear device into a circuit with linear element.
• Introduction to signals and their processing
• Noise in circuits ( Shot noise, Thermal noise )
• Network theory
• Small Signal Model of MOSFET
• MOSFET Analysis
• Basics of Circuit Design
• SPICE Circuit Simulator
Phase 3.
This module will cover the complete analysis and simulation of current mirror circuits
• Current mirror
– Basic current mirrors and current source
– Small signal model and analysis
– Cascode current mirror
– Bias Circuits
Phase 4.
This phase is dedicated to amplifier design. In this module the basic concepts involved in amplifier design are discussed and the implementation of concepts is carried out using MOSFETs.
• Amplifier topologies
– Voltage Amplifier
– Current Amplifier
– Transconductance Amplifier
– Transresistance Amplifier
• Basic amplifiers and their variations
– Common source
– Common gate
– Common drain
– Differential pair
• Add on concepts
– Cascode structure
– Folded cascade
– Differential to single ended conversion
Phase 5
Basic amplifiers and their variations
– Frequency Response
– Low Frequency Amplifier
– Other