Integrated Data Converters (ILV)

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Course lecturer:

Dr.

 Drago Strle
Course numberM-ISCD-3.05
Course codeAD-DA
Curriculum2011
Semester of degree program Semester 3
Mode of delivery Presencecourse
SPPW3,5
ECTS credits5,0
Language of instruction English

The goal of the course is to learn the basic architectures and design methodologies needed to design different kinds of A/D and D/A converters using modern system and circuit level design tools.

The aims of the course are to learn the basics architectures and design methodologies needed to design different kinds of A/D and D/A converters using modern system and circuit level design tools.

Basic knowledge of analog and digital integrated circuits is expected as well as basic knowledge of circuit and systems are required. In addition, it is expected that students know the basic analog circuit design techniques.

This course offers an introduction to data converters and lectures on data converter specifications, Nyquist rate DA converters, Nyquist rate AD converters, over sampled data converters as well as on circuits for building data converters.

The major topics covered are:1. Introduction to DATA converters:2. Data converter specifications:3. Nyquist rate DA converters4. Nyquist rate AD converters5. Circuits for data converters6. Over sampled data converters

- R. Plassche, "Integrated Analog-to-Digital and Digital-to Analog converter," Kluwer 1994.

- R.Schreier, G.C.Themes, "Understanding Delta-Sigma Data Converters", Wiley Interscience, 2005.

- Digital Signal Processing, "J.G.Proakis, D.G. Monolakis", Macmillian Publishing Company, 1992.

- R.J.Baker, "CMOS, Circuit design, Layout and Simulation", Wiley Interscience, 2005.

- F. Maloberti, "Data Converters," Springer 2007.

[1] R, Plassche, "Integrated Analog-to-Digital and Digital-to Analog converter," Kluwer 1994.[2] R.Schreier, G.C.Themes, "Understanding Delta-Sigma Data Converters", Wiley Interscience, 2005[3] Digital Signal Processing, "J.G.Proakis, D.G. Monolakis", Macmillian Publishing Company, 1992[4] R.JBaker, "CMOS, Circuit design, Layout and Simulation", Wiley Interscience, 2005,[5] F. Maloberti, "Data Converters," Springer 2007,

- Lectures (50%)- Homework (20%),- Case studies and laboratory work (30%)

- Final exam (60%)- Documentation of case studies (15%)- Homework (25%)