Analog and Mixed Signal

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Demand in the area of analog and mixed signal is increasing exponentially. The office of the Graduate and Extended Studies at SJSU’s College of Enineering provides a hands-on approach that ensures that graduates are well-prepared to enter this growing field.

The Analog and Mixed Signal IC design field of study is based on the use of the standard fabrication technologies to realize the analog and mixed signal functions on monolithic integrated circuits. As a student in this program you will learn how to design basic analog building blocks used in the industry and how to use them in a system and a product design. You will use the industry tools from the SJSU labs to perform a device-level circuit design and a verification of the analog components.

Educational Objectives

After graduating from this program you will be able to:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of amplifier design, RF circuits, and broadband circuits.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of data converter, PLL, voltage regulators, power supplies, RF integrated circuits design, and signal integrity.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of analog and mixed signal design, testing at all levels, validation and verification using CAD and ATE tools, SPICE, and other industry tools.
  • Perform research to solve open-ended design problems related to analog and mixed signal and incorporating system engineering principles.
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Additional Info

For more information, please visit:

Dr. Nader Mir
Academic Program Coordinator
Phone: 408.924.3996

Paul Schindler
Program Specialist
Phone: 408.924.7033