Georgia Tech

Analog and Power Integrated Circuit Design Resources

Prof. Gabriel A. Rincón-Mora, Ph.D., IEEE Fellow and IET Fellow

  • Prof. Julia Scherba de Valenzuela on the rigors of an academic career.

  • G.A. Rincon-Mora, "Analog Integrated Circuit Design: Why?"
  • Barnaby Feder, "A Digital World with Analog as its Workhorse," New York Times, Aug. 9, 2004.
  • Thomas H. Lee, "Tales of the Continuum: A Subsampled History of Analog Circuits," IEEE Solid-State Circuits Newsletter, Vol. 12, No. 4, pp. 38-51, Fall 2007.
  • Rick Robinson, "Understanding Analog," Research Horizons, Vol. 25, No. 1, Fall 2007.
  • Analog Curriculum at Georgia Tech
  • A Taste of Analog Integrated Circuit Design (Class AB Rail-to-Rail Amplifier)

    Classes:

  • Microelectronic Circuits - ECE 3040
  • Analog Electronics - ECE 3400
  • Analog Integrated Circuits - ECE 4430
  • Analog Integrated Circuit Design - ECE 6412
  • Power Integrated Circuit Design - ECE 6445

    Reference Material and downloads:

  • Download LTspice (or search for it on line)
  • Download MacSpice (or search for it on line)
  • PSpice Student Evaluation (< 10 transistors; 28MB; Executable file)
  • Pspice Reference Manual (3.6MB; in pdf format)
  • To install Acrobat Reader (free program), click here and follow the instructions to install it.