Lab CMOS A/D Converter Design

Lecturer (assistant)
Number0000000957
TypePractical course
Duration5 SWS
TermWintersemester 2022/23
Language of instructionEnglish
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Objectives

Based on the theory learned from the ADC course and the knowledge from the prior basic lab, a simple 2nd order continuous-time sigma delta ADC will be build. The functionality and performance of the system will first be verified using Simulink and the circuit will then be designed using Cadence Virtuoso.

Description

The module is examined in form of a lab performance with the following components: • The performance of the circuits designed during the lab according to the given specification is evaluated. • The design, its performance and presentation is presented in a 10 minutes talk (5 mins. each group member). • The students will write a documentation of their design and its performance. This group report (10 - 15 pages).

Prerequisites

Solid-State and Semiconductor Device Physics, Analog and Mixed-Signal Electronics, CMOS Analog-to-Digital Converters. *Students who have taken the ADC course in summer semester will be given preference.

Examination

The module is examined in form of a lab performance with the following components: • The performance of the circuits designed during the lab according to the given specification is evaluated. • The design, its performance and presentation is presented in a 10 minutes talk (5 mins. each group member). • The students will write a documentation of their design and its performance. This group report (10 - 15 pages).

Recommended literature

Working instructions and computer + software (Cadence Design environment) will be provided

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