Welcome to the course web site of the MSc course: Structured Electronics Design.
The course and this web site are developed and maintained by the instructors Chris Verhoeven and Anton Montagne
Time: 08:45 - 10:30
Location: Pulse Hall 4
At the beginning of the course, the application specification of a hearing loop receiver will be presented.
During the course the design of this receiver will be discussed step-by-step.
Motivation of the design steps, their underlying theory and application to other designs will be elucidated.
Structure of the lectures¶
Every odd lecture, a design aspect will be studied and homework will be given in which the presented material is applied to the design of the hearing loop receiver.
Every even Lecture, the homework will be discussed.
The course will be concluded with an oral group exam about the design process of negative feedback amplifiers in CMOS technology.
Students need to prepare the lecture as follows:
Study the sections in the book associated with the lecture
Study the presentations of the lecture
Watch the videos of the lecture
Prerequisite knowledge and skills¶
Detailed course information¶
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For detailed information about the lectures, click the lecture in the list below.
- 14-11-2023: Introduction EE4109
- 16-11-2023: Principle of amplification and biasing
- 21-11-2023: MOS modeling
- 23-11-2022: CS stage
- 28-11-2023: CS stage noise performance optimization
- 30-11-2023: Application of balancing techniques
- 05-12-2023: Feedback stages
- 07-12-2023: Design of application-specific multi-stage negative feedback CMOS amplifiers
- 12-12-2023: Design of noise performance
- 14-12-2023: Design of drive capability
- 19-12-2022: Design of accuracy, weak nonlinearity and bandwidth
- 21-12-2022: Frequency compensation
- 09-01-2021: Design of biasing
- 11-01-2024: Wrap up design application-specific CMOS amplifiers