ECE222: High-Speed Low-Power Integrated Circuit Design

Digital integrated circuit design covered with an emphasis on high-speed and low-power applications. Covers signaling techniques and circuits including transmitters and receivers, with emphasis on on-chip interconnect, timing fundamentals and timing circuits. Theoretical fundamentals of phase locked loops and design issues of implementation addressed. Course has a project design component. Interview to assess technical skills of student. Enrollment is restricted to electrical engineering and computer engineering graduate students.

5 Credits

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2019-20
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Formerly EE 0222

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