ECG 722 MixedSignal
Circuit Design
Fall 2016, University
of Nevada, Las
Vegas
Course lecture
notes and videos are located here
Homework assignments,
due dates, and project information are located here
Current
grades are located here.
Textbook: CMOS MixedSignal
Circuit Design, Second Edition
Instructor: R. Jacob Baker (see office hours at
this link)
Time: offered as an online course to on–campus UNLV students
Course dates: Monday, August 29 to Wednesday, December 7
Location: offered as an online course to on–campus UNLV students
Holidays: Monday, September 5
(Labor Day Recess)
Final exam time: December 12 in BEH 113 – comprehensive, 6 to 8 PM, open book and closed notes
Course content – Design
of data converters using sigma–delta techniques. Operation and design
of custom digital filters for decimating and interpolating in
analog–to–digital interfaces. Credits: 3
Prerequisites: EE 320 and EE 360
Grading
25% Midterm
25% Homework
25%
Course Project
25% Final
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1. 
Design
noise–shaping data converters given a set of requirements such as
bandwidth,
clock speed, and signal–to–noise ratio. 
2. 
Design,
simulate, and implement the digital interpolation and decimation
filters used
in noise–shaping data converters. 
3.  Design,
simulate, and implement the analog filters used for anti–aliasing and
reconstruction
in a data conversion system.

4.  Discuss
the limitations of op–amps and comparators used in noise–shaping data
converters.

5.  Simulate noise–shaping
data converting circuits and systems and the filtering used. 
6.  Design a high–speed noise–shaping converter using a cascaded modulator or the K–Delta–1–Sigma topology. 