CMOS Analog Circuit Design : Operational Amplifiers

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Description

The operational amplifier (op amp) is the basic building block of analog circuits. It is used to allow negative feedback to be applied to define the desired transfer function. The op amp should have differential inputs and should have a gain large enough to make the open-loop transfer function much greater than unity. This module will concentrate on the design of the operational amplifier. The first section will discuss the compensation of op amps and this information will be used to develop design procedures for the design of the two-stage and folded-cascode op amps. This module concludes with the consideration of how to simulate and measure the performance of an op amp

Lectures

  1. Compensation of Op Amps
  2. Two-stage Op Amp Design
  3. Cascode Op Amps
  4. Simulation and Measurement of Op Amps