This is a program elective course for both UG and PG students. Here is a brief syllabus of the course: Introduction to CMOS analog integrated circuit design. MOS transistor as the basic design unit: device structure, I-V characteristics, second order effects, SPICE models. Basic amplifier topologies: CS, CG, CD, cascode amplifiers. Differential amplifiers: single ended and differential operation, small signal analysis. Current mirrors: passive and active topologies. Performance parameters of analog circuits: frequency response, noise. Feedback in analog integrated circuits: types of feedback, stability and frequency compensation. Operational amplifiers: topologies, performance parameters. Layout of analog integrated circuits.

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This course builds from the first course on Power Electronics. In this we will analyse steady-state and dynamic characteristics of various basic converters in detail, while introducing the practical converter cases.