ELECE3530  Integrated Analog Systems D, Lecture, 2.3.20221.6.2022
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IMPORTANT: For this course, all the lectures/exercise sessions are done online via Zoom!!!
(Zoom links are available in the lecture section)
Basic information about content, assessment criteria et cetera:
Course in Sisu
Lecturer:
Prof. Kari Halonen
Exercises (homework) assistants:
Dipesh Monga
Yehia TawfikCAD Exercises assistant:
Muhammad Tanweer
Course books:
 JohnsMartin: Analog Integrated Circuit Design, John Wiley&Sons Inc., 1997 and GregorianTemes: Analog MOS Integrated Circuits for Signal Processing, John Wiley&Sons Inc. 1986
 Toumazou, Lidgey & Haigh: Analogue IC Design: The currentmode approach, Peter Peregrinus Ltd., 1990
 AllenHolberg: CMOS Analog Circuit Design, Holt, Rinehart and Winston Inc.; Razavi: Principles of Data Conversion System Design, IEEE Press, 1995.

Discussions Forum
 JohnsMartin: Analog Integrated Circuit Design, John Wiley&Sons Inc., 1997 and GregorianTemes: Analog MOS Integrated Circuits for Signal Processing, John Wiley&Sons Inc. 1986

The whole chapter if not mentioned otherwise. The chapters written in italics are supplementary.
 Chan Carusone, Johns, Martin: Analog Integrated Circuit Design 2^{nd} Ed.^{}, John Wiley, 2013. First edition by Johns, Martin (1997) has different chapter numbers.
 Chapter 11.13: Sample and Holds, Voltage References, and Translinear Circuits, p. 444456
 Chapter 13: DiscreteTime Signals
 Chapter 14: SwitchedCapacitor Circuits
 Chapter 15: Data Converter Fundamentals
 Chapter 16: NyquistRate D/A Converters
 Chapter 17: NyquistRate A/D Converters
 Chapter 18: Oversampling Converters
 Chapter 12: ContinuousTime Filters (supplementary)
 Gregorian, Temes: Analog MOS Integrated Circuits for Signal Processing, John Wiley, 1986.
 Chapter 5: SwitchedCapacitor Filters
 Chapter 7: Nonideal Effects in SwitchedCapacitor Circuits
 Toumazou, Lidgey, Haigh: Analogue IC design: the currentmode approach, Peter Peregrinus Ltd., 1990.
 Chapter 9: Continuoustime OTAC Filters
 Razavi: Principles of Data Conversion System Design, IEEE PRESS, 1995.
 Chapter 4: Basic principles of digitaltoanalog conversion (supplementary)
 Chapter 5: Digitaltoanalog converter architectures (supplementary)
And topics from lectures and exercises.
You can also use AllenHolberg instead of JohnsMartin, although the presentation in JohnsMartin is somewhat more thorough and easier to follow.
 Allen, Holberg: CMOS Analog Circuit Design, 2^{nd} Ed., Oxford University Press, 2002.
 Chapters 4.5, 4.6: Current and Voltage References, Bandgap Reference
 Chapter 9: Switched Capacitor Circuits
 Chapter 10: DigitalAnalog and AnalogDigital Converters

Lecture Examination guide:
 The question will be published by 14:00 on the day of the corresponding lecture, without further notifications (such as email or News Forum post.) If the question is not published by 14:00, a News Forum item will be posted as soon as the question is published.
 You have time to answer the questions until 23:55 on the day of the corresponding lecture.
 A good lecture examination answer is precise, to the point, and covers the key aspects. Suggested length is about 5 sentences.
 Please answer using your own words, not your partners, as these are individual assignments.
 The lecture examinations will be graded 02.
 Note that the submission interface is a bit misleading. *Finishing* an
attempt only saves it. Remember to *submit* your "finished" attempt as
well.
Topics
Introduction to sampled systems
Switchedcapacitor integrators
Switchedcapacitor biquads
Switchedcapacitor ladder filters
Nonidealities in switchedcapacitor circuits
Continuoustime filters
Currentmode filters
Digitaltoanalog converters
Analogtodigital converters
Nyquistrate analogtodigital converters
Oversampling analogtodigital converters
 The question will be published by 14:00 on the day of the corresponding lecture, without further notifications (such as email or News Forum post.) If the question is not published by 14:00, a News Forum item will be posted as soon as the question is published.

Guidelines:
 Deadline for the submission of each paper exercise is 15 minutes before the beginning of the next exercise session, unless otherwise noted. See section Time Schedule.
 You may collaborate in solving the exercises, but each student must write his/her answer and justifications in his/her own words. Copypaste errors are a big minus.
 Write your name and student number in the top of the first page of the submitted pdf.
 The only accepted file format is pdf. Submit only one single file per exercise. The maximum allowed file size is 5 Mb.
 Name your file like this: surname_firstname_exercise_X.pdf (e.g. einstein_albert_exercise_3.pdf, X = ordinal of the exercise)
 Matlab or any other code is not considered as derivation nor justification
 Take care of the clarity of your submission. Any unreadable or otherwise unclear parts of the submission are interpreted as erroneous.
Assistance:
 Attend exercise sessions.
 During exercise introduction sessions, an assistant introduces a paper exercise and gives tips for solving it.
 During exercise solution sessions, an assistant presents the solution of the paper exercise.
 During CAD sessions, assistants will be present to help you out with CAD problems.
 Post your question in General discussion forum and consult the questions made by other students in that forum.
Note that assistants answer your posted questions with a (significant)
delay.
 No exercise assistance is provided through email.
Paper exercise grading:
 Each paper exercise is graded gradually from 0.0 to 2.0 points.
 8 paper exercises > maximum total score from paper exercises is 8 * 2.0 = 16.0 points.
 1.0 points will be deducted from each paper exercise that is submitted late (minimum is still 0.0). Deadline for late submission of paper exercises is the deadline of CADII submission (Wednesday, 8 June 2022, 12:00 AM).
 Resubmissions before the deadline will not reduce your points.
CAD exercise grading:
 Each CAD exercise is graded gradually from 0.0 to 6.0 points.
 2 CAD exercises > maximum total score from CAD exercises is 2 * 6.0 = 12.0 points.
 2.0 points will be deducted for late submission. Deadline for late submission of CAD exercises is a week after the the deadline of CADII submission which will be Wednesday, 15 June 2022, 12:00 AM.
 Resubmissions before the deadline will not reduce your points.
Important notice:
The weights of course lecture examination and exercise points are as follows: lecture examinations 30%, exercises 40%, and CADexercises 30%.
Paper exercises:
 Exercise 1: Switchedcapacitor integrator
 Exercise 2: Design of switchedcapacitor biquad
 Exercise 3: Bilinear transformation in SCbiquad
 Exercise 4: Switchedcapacitor ladder filter
 Exercise 5: Transconductancecapacitor filter
 Exercise 6: Digitaltoanalog converter
 Exercise 7: Pipeline analogtodigital converter
 Exercise 8: Oversampling analogtodigital converters
CAD exercises:
 CAD 1: Switchedcapacitor filter
 CAD 2: Analogtodigital converter
NB! In order to run the necessary simulations in CAD exercises, you need to have a vspace account. Everyone who has taken ELECE3510 Basics of IC Design should have the accounts available. If you don't have the account, you should apply for it through the form in: https://bubba.ecdl.hut.fi/forms. The jobtitle is "Student" and application type "Apply for Computer user account".


This is a preliminary schedule for the course.

Some items may switch dates and times. Such changes will be reported beforehand in the news section.

The course will be held remotely
Wednesday 02.03.2022
08.1510.00 Lecture 1: Introduction to switchedcapacitor circuits
Wednesday 09.03.2022
08.1511.15 Lecture 2: Switchedcapacitor integrators 11.1512.00 Exercise 1: Switchedcapacitor integrator, introduction
Wednesday 16.03.2022
08.1510.00 Lecture 3: Switchedcapacitor biquads (1/2) 10.1512.00 Exercise 1: Switchedcapacitor integrator, solution
Exercise 2: Switchedcapacitor biquad, introduction
Wednesday 23.03.2022
08.1510.00 Lecture 3: Switchedcapacitor biquads (2/2)
Lecture 4: Switchedcapacitor ladder filters (1/2)10.1512.00 Exercise 2: Design of switchedcapacitor biquad, solution
Exercise 3: Bilinear transformation in SCbiquad, introduction
Wednesday 30.03.202208.1510.00 Lecture 4: Switchedcapacitor ladder filters (2/2)
Lecture 5: Nonidealities in switchedcapacitor circuits (1/2)10.1511.00
11.0012.00Exercise 3: Bilinear transformation in SCbiquad, solution
Exercise 4: Switchedcapacitor ladder filter, introduction
Wednesday 06.04.202208.1510.00 Lecture 5: Nonidealities in switchedcapacitor circuits (2/2) 10.1512.00 Exercise 4: Switchedcapacitor ladder filter, solution
Wednesday 13.04.2022
08.1510.00 Lecture 6: Continuoustime and currentmode filters
Lecture 7: Switchedcurrent filters10.1512.00 CAD 1: Switchedcapacitor ladder filter (assistance provided)
Wednesday 20.04.2022
08.1512.00 CAD 1: Switchedcapacitor ladder filter (assistance provided)
Wednesday 27.04.2022
08.1510.00 Lecture 8: Digitaltoanalog converters (1/2) 10:0010.30 Exercise 5: Transconductancecapacitor filter, introduction 10.4512.00 CAD 1: Switchedcapacitor ladder filter (assistance provided)
Wednesday 04.05.2022
08.1510.00 Lecture 8: Digitaltoanalog converters (2/2) 10.1512.00 Exercise 5: Transconductancecapacitor filter, solution
Exercise 6: Digitaltoanalog converter, introduction
Wednesday 11.05.202208.1510.00 Lecture 9: Analogtodigital converters, Nyquist rate analogtodigital converters 10.1512.00 Exercise 6: Digitaltoanalog converter, solution
Exercise 7: Pipeline analogtodigital converter, introduction
Wednesday 18.05.2022
08.1510.00 Lecture 10: Oversampling analogtodigital converters 10.1512.00 Exercise 7: Pipeline analogtodigital converter, solution
Exercise 8: Oversampling analogtodigital converters, introduction
Wednesday 25.05.2022
08.1511:00 CAD 2: Deltasigma analogtodigital converter (assistance provided) 11.15 Exercise 8: Oversampling analogtodigital converters, solutions will be
published (there will be no exercise session)
Wednesday 01.06.2022
08.1512.00
CAD 2: Deltasigma analogtodigital converter (assistance provided)
