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Lovely Professional University, Punjab

Course Code

Course Title

Course Planner

Lectures

ECE567

MIXED SIGNAL IC DESIGN

16096::Mohinder Bassi

Course Category

Courses with conceptual focus

Tutorials Practicals Credits

3.0

0.0

0.0

TextBooks
Sr No

Title

Author

Edition

Year

Publisher Name

T-1

CMOS CIRCUIT DESIGN,


LAYOUT AND SIMULATION

R JACOB BAKER

2nd

2011

WILEY-INDIA, NEW DELHI

Reference Books
Sr No

Title

Author

Edition

Year

Publisher Name

R-1

CMOS MIXED-SIGNAL CIRCUIT


DESIGN

JACOB BAKER

2nd

2008

WILEY-INDIA, NEW DELHI

R-2

DESIGN OF ANALOG CMOS


INTEGRATED CIRCUITS

BEHZAD RAZAVI

1st

2001

TATA MCGRAW HILL, INDIA

Relevant Websites
Sr No

(Web address) (only if relevant to the course)

Salient Features

RW-1

http://www.cmosedu.com/jbaker/courses/ece615/f10/lec615.htm

The students will cover the entire syllabus details of mixed signal basic
concepts

RW-2

www.edaboard.com

The students can clear their doubts of a particular topic in this fourm

Software/Equipments/Databases
Sr No

(S/E/D) (only if relevant to the course)

Salient Features

SW-1

Cadence Virtuoso, ADE simulator, Xilinx ise and Cadence Assura

The design problems coverage, project coverage related issues.

LTP week distribution: (LTP Weeks)

Detailed Plan For Lectures

Weeks before MTE

Weeks After MTE

Spill Over

3.0

Week
Lecture
Number Number

Broad Topic(Sub Topic)

Week 1

Analog and Discrete-time


signal processing
(Quantization noise)

R-1:ch-30 Sec 30.1

Analog and Discrete-time


signal processing
(Introduction to
sampling theory)

R-1:ch-30 Sec 30.1

Analog and Discrete-time


signal processing(Types of
sampling)

Lecture 1

Lecture 2

Lecture 3

Chapters/Sections of Other Readings,


Text/reference
Relevant Websites,
books
Audio Visual Aids,
software and Virtual
Labs

Lecture Description

Learning Outcomes Pedagogical Tool Live Examples


Demonstration/
Case Study /
Images /
animation / ppt
etc. Planned

L1:Introduction to basic
course. L2:Sampling
details in terms of mixed
signal applications.

As a result of this
Lecturing, Video
lecture student will
Presentation and
able to understand the Discussion.
effect of sampling
with respect to
aliasing effect.

L1:Introduction to basic
course.
L2:Sampling details in
terms of mixed signal
applications.

As a result of this
Lecturing, Video
lecture student will
Presentation and
able to understand the Discussion.
Sampling theorem in
details.

R-1:ch-30 Sec 30.1

L1:Introduction to basic
course. L2:Sampling
details in terms of mixed
signal applications.

As a result of this
lecture student will
able to understand
different types of
sampling.

Lecturing, Video
Presentation and
Discussion.

Analog and Discrete-time


signal processing(Types of
sampling)

R-1:ch-30 Sec 30.1

L1:Introduction to basic
course. L2:Sampling
details in terms of mixed
signal applications.

As a result of this
lecture student will
able to understand
different types of
sampling.

Lecturing, Video
Presentation and
Discussion.

Analog and Discrete-time


signal processing
(Introduction to
sampling theory)

R-1:ch-30 Sec 30.1

L1:Introduction to basic
course.
L2:Sampling details in
terms of mixed signal
applications.

As a result of this
Lecturing, Video
lecture student will
Presentation and
able to understand the Discussion.
Sampling theorem in
details.

Analog and Discrete-time


signal processing
(Quantization noise)

R-1:ch-30 Sec 30.1

L1:Introduction to basic
course. L2:Sampling
details in terms of mixed
signal applications.

As a result of this
Lecturing, Video
lecture student will
Presentation and
able to understand the Discussion.
effect of sampling
with respect to
aliasing effect.

Analog and Discrete-time


signal processing(The
MOSFET as switch)

T-1:ch-25 sec 25.1

Switching application of As a result of this


Lecturing,
MOSFET with charge
lecture student will
Discussion.
injection.
able to understand the
action of MOSFET as
a switch.

Analog and Discrete-time


signal processing(Charge
Injection)

T-1:ch-25 sec 25.1

Switching application of As a result of this


Lecturing, Video
MOSFET with charge
lecture student will
Presentation.
injection.
able to understand
switching action with
charge injection.

RW-1

RW-1

Digital
Transmitters and
receivers.

Digital
Transmitters and
receivers.

Week 2

Week 3

Lecture 4

Analog and Discrete-time


signal processing(Fully
Differential Sample and
Hold Circuit)

T-1:ch-25 sec 25.2

RW-1

Explanation of fully
differential sample and
hold circuit with
common mode feedback
circuits.

As a result of this
lecture student will
able to understand
designing of fully
differential sample
and hold circuit.

Lecturing, and
questioning.

Analog and Discrete-time


signal processing(Common
Mode Feedback)

T-1:ch-25 sec 25.2

RW-1

Explanation of fully
differential sample and
hold circuit with
common mode feedback
circuits.

As a result of this
lecture student will
able to understand
designing of fully
differential sample
and hold circuit.

Lecturing,
Discussion.

Lecture 5

Analog and Discrete-time


signal processing(Switchedcapacitor filters)

T-1:ch-25 sec 25.3

RW-1

Explain switch capacitor As a result of this


Lecturing,
filter design
lecture student will
Discussion.
have the conceptual
knowledge of design
mixed signal based
analog and discrete
filters

Lecture 6

Analog and Discrete-time


signal processing(Switchedcapacitor filter applications)

T-1:ch-25 sec 25.4

RW-1

Design of dynamic
As a result of this
Lecturing,
amplifiers and dynamic lecture student will
Questioning.
comparators.
able to understand the
concept of mixed
signal based analog
and discrete filters
design in terms of
various
commercialized
applications.

Lecture 7

Analog to Digital Converters T-1:ch-29 sec 29.2.1


(Flash ADC)
sec 29.2.2

Lecture 8

Analog to Digital Converters T-1:ch-29 sec 29.2.3


(Pipeline ADC)

Explaining the mixed


signal design of Flash
ADC

RW-1

As a result of this
lecture student will
able to
familiarize with the
new design
methodologies of
ADCs
in terms of various
commercialsed
applicatrions

Explaining the mixed


As a result of this
signal design of pipeline lecture student will
ADC
able to familiarize
with the new design
methodologies of
ADCs in terms of
various
commercialsed
applicatrions

Lecturing,
Discussion and
Brainstorming.

Lecturing,
Brainstorming and
Discussion.

Testing of
products in an
industry by
choosing
samples.

High speed RF
switches

Cellphone.

Week 3

Lecture 9

Week 4

Lecture 10 Analog to Digital Converters T-1:ch-29 sec 29.2.5


(Successive approximation
ADCs)

Explaining the design of As a result of this


Lecturing,
Successive
lecture student will
brainstorming.
approximation ADCs
able to understand the
concept of
successive ADC
design and
implementation

Lecture 11 Analog to Digital Converters T-1:ch-29 sec 29.2.6


(High-resolution ADC)

L11: High
resolution designs
basics.
L12:High
resolution designing.

As a result of this
Lecturing, Video
lecture student will
Presentation and
able to understand the Discussion.
new design
methologies of ADCs
in terms of various
commercialsed
applicatrions

Lecture 12 Analog to Digital Converters T-1:ch-29 sec 29.2.6


(High-resolution ADC)

L11: High
resolution designs
basics.
L12:High
resolution designing.

As a result of this
Lecturing, Video
lecture student will
Presentation and
able to understand the Discussion.
new design
methologies of ADCs
in terms of various
commercialsed
applicatrions

Lecture 13

Quiz,Test,Design
problem1

Week 5

Analog to Digital Converters T-1:ch-29 sec 29.2.4


(Dual slope ADCs.)

Explain the mixed signal As a result of this


Lecturing,
Digital Antenna
design of Dual slope
lecture student will
Brainstorming and
ADC s
able to understand the Discussion.
concept of dual slope
ADCs mixed signal
based design.

Lecture 14 Digital to Analog Converters


(Input/output characteristics
of an ideal D/A converter)

T-1:ch-28 sec 28.4

L14:Basics of DAC
design
principles.
L15:I/O characteristics
of an ideal D/A
converter.

As a result of this
Lecturing,
lecture student will
Discussion.
able to understand the
ideal D/A converter
characteristics.

Digital to Analog Converters


(Performance metrics of
D/A converter)

T-1:ch-28 sec 28.4

L14:Basics of DAC
design principles.
L15:I/O characteristics
of an ideal D/A
converter.

As a result of this
Lecturing,Discussi
lecture student will
on.
able to understand
various performance
metrics of D/A
converter.

Lecture 15 Digital to Analog Converters


(Performance metrics of
D/A converter)

T-1:ch-28 sec 28.4

L14:Basics of DAC
design principles.
L15:I/O characteristics
of an ideal D/A
converter.

As a result of this
Lecturing,Discussi
lecture student will
on.
able to understand
various performance
metrics of D/A
converter.

MP3 and
Compact Disc.

Week 5

Lecture 15 Digital to Analog Converters


(Input/output characteristics
of an ideal D/A converter)

T-1:ch-28 sec 28.4

L14:Basics of DAC
design
principles.
L15:I/O characteristics
of an ideal D/A
converter.

As a result of this
Lecturing,
lecture student will
Discussion.
able to understand the
ideal D/A converter
characteristics.

Week 6

Lecture 16 Digital to Analog Converters


(D/A converter in terms of
voltage, current, and charge
division or multiplication)

R-1:Sec- 34.1 316328

L16: Explain the


students the
voltage, current
divisions in DACs.
L17: Charge
divisions in DACs.

As a result of this
Lecturing,
lecture student will
Discussion and
able to analyze D/A questioning.
converter in terms of
voltage, current, and
charge division or
multiplication.

Lecture 17 Digital to Analog Converters


(D/A converter in terms of
voltage, current, and charge
division or multiplication)

R-1:Sec- 34.1 316328

L16: Explain the


students the
voltage, current
divisions in DACs.
L17: Charge
divisions in DACs.

As a result of this
Lecturing,
lecture student will
Discussion and
able to analyze D/A questioning.
converter in terms of
voltage, current, and
charge division or
multiplication.

Explain the resistor


ladder DAC designs

As a result of this
Lecturing,
lecture student will
Brainstorming and
able to understand the Discussion.
designing of resistor
ladder DAC.

Lecture 18 Digital to Analog Converters T-1:ch-29 sec 29.1.1


(Resistor-Ladder
sec 29.1.2 sec 29.1.3
architectures)

Week 7

Lecture 19 Digital to Analog Converters T-1:ch-29 sec 29.1.4


(Current-steering
29.1.5
architectures.)

RW-1

Explain current steering As a result of this


architectures
lecture student will
able to design the
current steering
DACs

MP3 and
Compact Disc.

Lecturing,
Brainstorming and
Discussion.

SPILL OVER
Week 7

Lecture 20

Spill Over

Lecture 21

Spill Over

MID-TERM
Week 8

Lecture 22 Phased Locked Loop(Basics


building blocks of PLL)

T-1:ch-19 sec 19.1

Lecture 23 Phased Locked Loop(Charge R-2:sec- 15.1 and sec


pump and Phase detector)
15.2

Explain the building


As a result of this
Lecturing,
blocks and dynamics of lecture student will
Discussion.
PLL
able to understand the
basics
of locking a
particular frequency
at a desired clock.
L23: Explain the Non
ideal
effects in charge pump.
PLLs.
L24: Jitter relates to
charge pump
PLLs.

As a result of this
Lecturing, Video
lecture student will
Presentation and
able to
Discussion.
understand the basics
of Charge Pump
PLLs and Phase
detectors.

CRO

Week 8

Lecture 24 Phased Locked Loop(Charge R-2:sec- 15.1 and sec


pump and Phase detector)
15.2

L23: Explain the Non


ideal
effects in charge pump.
PLLs.
L24: Jitter relates to
charge pump
PLLs.

As a result of this
Lecturing, Video
lecture student will
Presentation and
able to
Discussion.
understand the basics
of Charge Pump
PLLs and Phase
detectors.

Week 9

Lecture 25 Phased Locked Loop


(Voltage Control Oscillator
design)

T-1:ch-19 sec 19.2

Explain the role of


VCOs in PLL Designs.

As a result of this
Lecturing,Question
lecture student will
ing and
able to understand the Discussion.
design
basics of VCOs

Lecture 26 Phased Locked Loop(PFD


DPLL)

T-1:ch-19 sec 19.3.2

RW-1

L26: Basics of DPLL


using PFD.
L27:Designing of DPLL
using PFD.

As a result of this
Lecturing, Video
lecture student will
Presentation and
able to design DPLL Discussion.
using PFD.

Lecture 27 Phased Locked Loop(PFD


DPLL)

T-1:ch-19 sec 19.3.2

RW-1

L26: Basics of DPLL


using PFD.
L27:Designing of DPLL
using PFD.

As a result of this
Lecturing, Video
lecture student will
Presentation and
able to design DPLL Discussion.
using PFD.

Week 10 Lecture 28 Phased Locked Loop(Digital T-1:ch - 19 sec 19.4


PLL and its applications)

L28: Working principle


of Digital PLLs.
L29: Digital PLLs
commercial
applications

As a result of this
Lecturing,
lecture student will
Discussion.
able to understand the
basics
of locking a
particular frequency
at a desired clock.

Lecture 29 Phased Locked Loop(Digital T-1:ch - 19 sec 19.4


PLL and its applications)

L28: Working principle


of Digital PLLs.
L29: Digital PLLs
commercial
applications

As a result of this
Lecturing,
lecture student will
Discussion.
able to understand the
basics
of locking a
particular frequency
at a desired clock.

Lecture 30

Quiz,Test,Design
problem2

Week 11 Lecture 31 Delay Locked Loop(Basics


of Delay Locked loop)

T-1:ch-19 sec 19.5

Explain the Delay lock As a result of this


loop and its applications lecture student will
in mixed signal design able to familiar with
the
locking frequency
with some delay

Lecture 32 Delay Locked Loop(Clock


Management System)

T-1:ch-19 sec 19.5

Explain
the clock management
in both PLL and DLL
applications.

Lecturing, Video
Presentation and
Discussion.

As a result of this
Lecturing,
lecture student will
Discussion.
able to understand the
management of clock
signals in reducing
jitter

Missile locking
system

Week 11 Lecture 33 Delay Locked Loop


(Applications of Delay
locked loop)

T-1:ch-19 sec 19.6.1


sec-19.6.2

L33: 1gb/s clock


recovery circuit L34: 2
Ghz DLL using Hogge
Phase detector.

As a result of this
lecture student will
able to understand
various applications
of DLL

Lecturing,
Brainstorming and
Discussion.

Week 12 Lecture 34 Delay Locked Loop


(Applications of Delay
locked loop)

T-1:ch-19 sec 19.6.1


sec-19.6.2

L33: 1gb/s clock


recovery circuit L34: 2
Ghz DLL using Hogge
Phase detector.

As a result of this
lecture student will
able to understand
various applications
of DLL

Lecturing,
Brainstorming and
Discussion.

Lecture 35

Quiz,Test,Design
problem3

Lecture 36 Mixed Signal Layout(Basics


of Mixed-signal layout)

T-1:ch- 28 sec-28.6

Explained the basics of


Mixed signal Layout

As a result of this
Lecturing, Video
lecture student will
Presentation and
able to familiar with Discussion.
the
design rules of Mixed
signal layout.

T-1:ch- 28 sec-28.6

Explained the basics of


Shielding.

As a result of this
Lecturing,
lecture student will
Discussion.
able to familiar with
the
design rules of Mixed
signal layout.

Week 13 Lecture 37 Mixed Signal Layout


T-1:ch- 28 sec-28.6
(Grounding and Guard rings)

Explain the concept of


grounding and guard
rings.

As a result of this
Lecturing, Video
lecture student will
Presentation and
able to understand the Discussion.
the concept of
grounding and guard
rings in mixed signal
layout

Mixed Signal Layout


(Shielding)

Lecture 38 Mixed Signal Layout


(Interconnects)

Lecture 39 Mixed Signal Layout


(Pipelined ADC layout)

R-2:ch-18 sec-18.2.5

RW-2

Explain the Details of


interconnects arise
during physical layout
of mixed signal circuit.

As a result of this
Lecturing, Video
lecture student will
Presentation and
able to understand the Discussion.
actual high level
parasitics arise during
making interconnects
and data
transmission.

R-1:ch-34

SW-1

L39: Pipelined ADC


Layout basic.
L40: Designing of
pipelined ADC layout.

As a result of this
lecture student will
able to understand the
designing of
Pipelined ADC
layout

Lecturing, Video
Presentation,
Discussion and
simulations.

Transceiver

Week 14 Lecture 40 Mixed Signal Layout


(Pipelined ADC layout)

R-1:ch-34

SW-1

L39: Pipelined ADC


Layout basic.
L40: Designing of
pipelined ADC layout.

As a result of this
lecture student will
able to understand the
designing of
Pipelined ADC
layout

Lecturing, Video
Presentation,
Discussion and
simulations.

SPILL OVER
Week 14 Lecture 41

Spill Over

Lecture 42

Spill Over

Week 15 Lecture 43

Spill Over

Lecture 44

Spill Over

Lecture 45

Spill Over

Scheme for CA:


Component

Frequency

Quiz,Test,Design problem

Out Of
2

Each Marks Total Marks


3

Total :-

10

20

10

20

Details of Academic Task(s)


AT No.

Objective

Topic of the Academic Task

Test1

To test the
performance of
students on the
basics in analog
signal processing

Quiz1

To test the analytical Te quiz includes the DACs and their applications and Phased
skills of the students Locked Loop.
.

Design problem1

To test the
knowledge by
assigning the
students a new
design problem.

Nature of Academic Task


(group/individuals/field
work

The test includes the sampling, different switched capacitor filters Individual
and ADCs.

The task includes the topics like PLL, DLL, ADC, DAC, charge
pumps, VCO and frequency synthesisers, Phase detectors.

Evaluation Mode

Allottment /
submission Week

6 questions of 5
mark each

4/5

Individual

Negative marking
of 25% should be
done and there
should be 30
question of MCQ
type.

9 / 10

Individual

Literature= 5 marks
, Viva = 5 marks
and Design
Implementation =
20 marks

5 / 12