EE 105: Microelectronic Devices and Circuits

Electrical Engineering 105: Microelectronic Devices and Circuits (Fall 2012, UC Berkeley). Instructor: Professor Bernhard E. Boser. This course covers the fundamental circuit and device concepts needed to understand analog integrated circuits. After an overview of the basic properties of semiconductors, the p-n junction and MOS capacitors are described and the MOSFET is modeled as a large-signal device. Two port small-signal amplifiers and their realization using single stage and multistage CMOS building blocks are discussed.


Lecture 01 - Overview
Lecture 02 - Semiconductors
Lecture 03 - PN Junctions, Diodes
Lecture 04 - Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJTs)
Lecture 05 - Large and Small Signals, Amplifier Design
Lecture 06 - BJT Small Signal Model, Biasing
Lecture 07 - Common-Emitter Amplifier: Input & Output Resistance, Small-Signal Model
Lecture 08 - Common-Emitter Amplifier: Emitter Degeneration
Lecture 09 - The Perfect Amplifier, Common-Base Amplifier
Lecture 10 - CB Amplifier, Common-Collector Amplifier (Emitter-Follower)
Lecture 11 - NMOS Transistor
Lecture 12 - Frequency Response
Lecture 13 - Transistor HF Models & Miller Approximation
Lecture 14 - Miller Approximation (cont.)
Lecture 15 - Miller Approximation (cont.)
Lecture 16 - Common Source Amplifier
Lecture 17 - Common Drain Amplifier (Source Follower)
Lecture 18 - Differential Amplifiers
Lecture 19 - Differential Amplifiers: Differential Pair, Design Examples
Lecture 20 - Operational Amplifiers
Lecture 21 - Operational Amplifiers and Review

EE 105: Microelectronic Devices and Circuits
Instructor: Professor Bernhard E. BOSER. Information. Lectures. Archive. Provide a basic understanding of semiconductor devices and integrated circuits.