Title: AM: Analog Microelectronics
Short Code: MTE7907
ECTS Credits: 2
UAS: BFH
Organizer Details: BFH HuCE
Evaluation:

Final exam 2 weeks after the last course session. The lecture will provide additional information at the beginning of the course.

Decision Date: 1 March 2024 
Start Date: 19 April 2024 
End Date: 31 May 2024 
Date Details:

Date KW SW HS23 morning (4L) HS23 afternoon (4L)
19.04.24 16 8 AME AME
26.04.24 17 9 AME AME
03.05.24 18 10 AME AME
10.05.24 19 11 AME AME
17.05.24 20 12 Self-study
24.05.24 21 13 Self-study
31.05.24 22 14 Self-study Exam AME
Type:


Language(s):

English by default, but deviations according to the wishes of the students.

Description (max. 300 characters):

This course is part of the HuCE EVA course series. The course topic is analogue micro electronic design. 

Contents and Learning Objectives:

Content:

  • Specifics of analogue integrated circuits
  • Characteristics of the metal-oxide-field-effect-transistor (MOSFET)
  • Characteristics of basic analogue integrated MOSFET-circuits
  • Exemplified schematic- and layout-design of analogue integrated circuits
  • Exemplified verification of analogue integrated circuits

Learning Objectives:

  • The student knows and applies the specifics of analogue integrated circuits in schematic- and layout-design.
  • The student knows the characteristics of the MOSFET and makes adequate use of the device.
  • The student knows and applies the methods of schematic- and layout-design as well of verification of analogue integrated circuits.
Admission:
Literature:
Conditions:

50% theory and 50% labs

Contact:
  • For administrative questions and module enrolment, please contact the BFH MSE office directly. mse@bfh.ch
  • Students who are not enrolled at BFH must first create a guest account and then send an email to the BFH MSE office. Link to registration form!
  • Lecturer: Prof. Michel Moser
 
Contact Person E-Mail: michel.moser@bfh.ch
Status: registration open
 
Specialization: Industrial Technologies (InT)

Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)

Computer Science (CS)

Electrical Engineering (ElE)

Mechatronics & Automation (MA)

Medical Engineering (Med)

 

[Responsible for this text: Moser Michel Wenzel]