Fundamental circuit elements and sensor interfaces for microelectromechanical and biomedical applications are key components in modern electronics. This course analyzes the design of circuits and circuit architectures for signal conditioning and data conversion.
- Danny Bankman , Stanford University
- Dante Muratore Instructor, Electrical Engineering
- Boris Murmann Professor, Electrical Engineering
- Active filters
- A/D and D/A converters
- Nyquist sampling
- Operational transconductance amplifiers
- Sampling circuits
- Switched capacitor stages
- Voltage comparators
- Sensor interfaces
Note on Course Availability
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Advanced Analog Circuit Design (Stanford Course: EE214B) or equivalent