Analog and Mixed Signal
Demand in the area of analog and mixed signal is increasing exponentially. SJSU provides a hands-on approach that ensures that graduates are well-prepared to enter this burgeoning field.
The analog/mixed-signal IC design field of study is based on the use of standard fabrication technologies (e.g., CMOS and BiCMOS) to realize analog and mixed-signal functions on monolithic integrated circuits. Students will learn how to design basic analog building blocks used in industry and how to use them in system and product design. Students will use industry tools from SJSU labs to perform device-level circuit design and verification of the analog components covered in the classes.
Program Educational Objectives
After graduating from this program, students should be able to:
The curriculum is designed by SJSU faculty and local industry subject matter experts with expertise in design development and testing. The curriculum is designed to respond to current and future needs in Analog & Mixed Signal. The following is a partial listing of curriculum topics:
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Dr. Nader Mir