Resources

Lecture notes

There’s plenty of material available related to analog design  in form of  classroom lectures. They can be used as a quick reference to wide range of topics. I’ll post links to various circuit design related courses in this page. Courses having “(V)” at the end provides recorded class room lectures also.

Analog IC design

  1. Stanford university – Advanced analog circuit design
  2. University of  California, Berkeley –  Analog integrated circuits                                             Webcast in YouTube (V)                                                                                                              University of California, Berkeley – Advanced analog integrated circuits               Webcast in YouTube (V)
  3. Texas A&M university – Advanced analog circuit design techniques
  4. Indian Institute of Technology, Madras – Analog integrated circuit design (V)
  5. University of Pavia, Italy – Design of integrated circuits

VLSI data conversion circuits

  1. Stanford university – VLSI data conversion circuits
  2. University of California, Berkeley – Analog-Digital interface integrated circuits
  3. Indian Institute of Technology, Madras – VLSI data conversion circuits (V)
  4. University of Texas, Dallas – Data converters
  5. University of Toronto – Advanced analog circuits
  6. Oregon state university – Oversampled delta sigma data converters
  7. University of Pavia, Italy – Advanced CAD design

Analog filter design

  1. Indian Institute of Technology, Madras – Active filter design (V)
  2. Stanford university – Signal conditioning circuits
  3. Texas A&M university – Active filter design

High speed interface circuits

  1. University of California, Berkeley – High speed electrical interface circuit design
  2. Indian institute of technology, Madras – Broadband communication circuits  (V)
  3. University of California, Irvine – Circuit design for broadband/optical communications

RF communication circuits

  1. University of California,  Berkeley- Integrated circuits for communication              Webcast in YouTube (V)
  2. Indian Institute of technology, Madras – RF integrated circuits   (V)
  3. MIT – High speed communication circuits
  4. Texas A&M university – RF communication circuits
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