EE 290C: High-Speed Electrical Interface Circuit Design
Electrical Engineering 290C: High-Speed Electrical Interface Circuit Design (Spring 2011, UC Berkeley). Instructor: Professor Elad Alon. This course focuses on the design of the signaling, timing, and peripheral circuitry used in modern high-speed electrical interfaces. The system-level requirements placed on these links by their operating environment will be reviewed and used to highlight the implications on link architecture, performance, and power consumption. Detailed design aspects of high-speed transmitters, receivers, equalizers (transmit, receive, linear, decision-feedback), timing generation and recovery circuits (phase interpolators, PLLs, DLLs), and supporting subsystems (supply regulators, on-chip termination, adaptation) are covered. The course material will be integrated by a final project involving circuit design for a complete high-speed electrical interface.
|EE290C: High-Speed Electrical Interface Circuit Design, Spring 2011
Instructor: Professor Elad Alon. Lecture Slides. Homework. Lecture 1: Introduction. Lecture 2: High-Speed Link Environment and Overview. Lecture 3: Basic Transmitters and Receivers. ...