The course deals with important applications of analogue technique.
The subject is divided into the three basic parts. The first part is devoted to amplifiers and analog functional blocks for measurement and signal processing. Special application amplifiers, nonlinear and parametric analog functional blocks and fast analog circuits operating in current mode are also discussed. The second part is devoted to linear analog systems, their characteristics, description and synthesis capabilities. There are discussed: the types of filters and their field of application, methods of filter synthesis and their optimization with regard to real properties and value variances of the circuit elements, implementation of active filters, including discrete-time filters, i.e. switched capacitor (SC) and switched-current (SI) circuits. The last part deals with computer-aided circuit design. The principles of modeling of the analyzed system, including models of functional blocks and circuit elements are discussed together with simulation result processing and their utilization for circuit design and optimization.
 Johns D., Martin K.: Analog Integrated Circuit Design, John Wiley,
 Corne D., Dorigo M., Glover F.: New Ideas in Optimization,
McGraw-Hill, UK, 1999
 Gray P.R., Hurst P.J., Lewis S.H., Meyer R.G.: Analysis and Design
of Analog Integrated Circuits, John Wiley & Sons, U.S., 2001  Toumazou C., Lidgey F.J., Haigh D.G.: Analogue IC Design: the Current-Mode Approach. Peter Peregrinus, Ltd, 1993.
 Binkley D.M.: Tradeoffs and Optimization in Analog CMOS Design, John Wiley & Sons, 2007.
 Schaumann R., Ghausi M.S., Laker K. R.: Design of Analog Filters, Passive, Active RC, and Switched Capacitor, Prentice Hall, 1990.
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Technology, National Semiconductor