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Electronic Devices

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This course aims to strengthen the capacity of electrical engineering student for the analysis of linear circuits and nonlinear electronic devices that are usually modeled by elements of conventional circuits such as resistors and dependent sources, concepts that are already known by the students. The three new basic devices are: PN junction diode or the MOS transistor, and operational amplifier OPAM.

Fundamentals of Analog Circuits

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In the fundamentals of analog circuits, the student acquires the foundation that will address learning concepts and techniques to design analog integrated circuits, one of the mainstays of electronic engineering. The course continues the study of the MOS transistor based technology that allows amplifying analog signals. It delves into the analysis and synthesis of single-stage amplifiers based on MOS transistors, circuits polarization, usually using current sources and active load handling, and differential amplifiers output stages. This lecture presents analysis techniques for multistep circuits and also the behavior of feedback amplifiers is studied. The basic device is the MOS transistor.

Design of Electronics Systems

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In this third course of electronic system design, the student is closer to modeling real systems that can be stable or unstable and implements concepts seen in the lecture of electronic and digital to integrate analog-digital systems, of great importance for signal processing in the today industrial process.

Advanced VLSI


Introduce students to the main stages or steps in the design of an integrated circuit in CMOS technology and identify the difficulties of scaling or reduction in the dimensions of a MOSFET transistor. In this course, some special circuits are presented to the students as reference sources and switched capacitor circuits, data converters, among others, for them to design an integrated circuit to a specific application. All this, using professional simulation tools such as Cadence or Synopsys.