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開講学期 ／Semester |
2022年度／Academic Year 4学期 ／Fourth Quarter |
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対象学年 ／Course for; |
3rd year |
単位数 ／Credits |
4.0 |
責任者 ／Coordinator |
SUZUKI Daisuke |
担当教員名 ／Instructor |
HISADA Yasuhiro, SUZUKI Daisuke |
推奨トラック ／Recommended track |
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先修科目 ／Essential courses |
Courses preferred to be learned prior to this course (This course assumes understanding of entire or partial content of the following courses) LI13 CSE Exercise I, NS04 Semiconductor Devices |
更新日／Last updated on | 2022/02/08 |
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授業の概要 ／Course outline |
Because CMOS technologies are widely used in modern electronics such as cellular and smart phones, we need advanced knowledge of CMOS circuits. Moreover, recently the demand for mixed-signal CMOS LSIs, including analog and RF (Radio Frequency) circuits, is very rapidly increasing, especially for consumer electronics and communication equipment. This course covers basic CMOS analog circuits design. First, basics of electrical circuits including transient analysis will be reviewed. Then, the load line analysis will be introduced and will be applied to basic MOS amplifiers. From the AC performance analysis, small signal equivalent circuits will be given. Finally, OP amplifier and basics of A/D & D/A converters will be covered. A hands-on approach is emphasized through laboratory exercises in which the student develops skills using the basic test equipment. Starting from series LC resonant circuits, parallel LC resonant circuits will be covered. Then, MOSFET amplifiers with resistive loads will be covered. The student can also learn close relationship between analog amplifiers and digital inverters observing pulse responses of the MOSFET amplifier. Finally, basic Op amplifier circuits and a low-bit A/D converter will be covered. |
授業の目的と到達目標 ／Objectives and attainment goals |
The primary goals of this course are: 1. To familiarize the student with the basic laws and theorems used in the analysis of electrical and electronic circuits and in the computation of circuit values. 2. To develop the student’s ability to analyze, construct and test electric and electronic circuits connected in various configurations. 3. To deepen understanding of students on CMOS analog and digital circuits as the mainstream VLSI technology. Students will be able to: 1. Create a small signal equivalent circuit of a given CMOS analog circuit. 2. Analyze circuit performances such as voltage gain and frequency responses. 8. Understand mechanism of A/D & D/A converters. |
授業スケジュール ／Class schedule |
Lecture and Experiment classes will be independently provided on different days. Lectures: 7 times (50 minutes by 4 periods) 1. Review of basic electrical circuits (Thevenin and Norton equivalents, parallel LC circuit) 2. Transient analysis (RC, LRC circuits), Review of semiconductor devices. 3. Bipolar transistor basics, MOSFET basics: DC current, load line analysis, small signal (AC) model, parasitic capacitances of MOSFET, Miller effect. 4. Basic MOS amplifiers (common source, common drain, common gate), frequency responses, MOS composite circuits (active-load amplifier, cascode amplifier, CMOS amplifier). 5. Current mirror, differential amplifier, power amplifiers. 6. OP amplifier and its application circuits. 7. Sampling theorem, sample/hold circuit, basics of A/D & D/A converters. Experiments: 7 times (50 minutes by 4 periods) 1. LC-resonant circuits and in-depth experiments, sinusoidal-wave extraction from pulse waves using LC resonant circuits (Verifying the Fourier series). 2. Measuring MOSFET I-V curves and DC-transfer-function curves of an MOSFET amplifier using a resistive load (1). 3. Measuring MOSFET I-V curves and DC-transfer-function curves of an MOSFET amplifier using a resistive load (2). 4. Measuring gains and AC-transfer-function curves of an MOSFET amplifier using a resistive load. 5. Measuring gains and AC-transfer-function curves of a CMOSFET amplifier: Understanding close relationship between analog amplifiers and digital inverters. 6. OP amplifier applications: voltage follower, inverting amplifier, adder and subtractor, filter. 7. Low-bit A/D converter |
教科書 ／Textbook(s) |
松澤 昭、「はじめてのアナログ電子回路」（基本回路編）、講談社、ISBN978-4-06-156535-7 |
成績評価の方法・基準 ／Grading method/criteria |
Lecture: Terminal Exam (50%) Quizzes (10%) Experiment: Reports (40%) Note: If a student does not submit quizzes and experiment reports, his or her attendance cannot be approved. |
履修上の留意点 ／Note for course registration |
Related courses: Semiconductor Devices, CSE Exercise I, Fourier Analysis, Fourier Analysis |
参考(授業ホームページ、図書など) ／Reference (course website, literature, etc.) |
[Electric circuits] 1. Schaum's Outline of Electric Circuits, ISBN: 0071393072 2. 安居院、吉村、倉持、「エッセンシャル電気回路」 第2版、森北出版、ISBN978-4-627-73562-0 [Electronic circuits and MOS analog integrated circuits] 3. 松澤 昭、「はじめてのアナログ電子回路」（実用回路編）、講談社、ISBN978-4-06-156545-6 A/D・D/A変換器、アクティブ・フィルタなど 4. 谷口 研二、「CMOSアナログ回路入門」、CQ出版、ISBN4-7898-3037-3 5. B. Razavi、「アナログCMOS集積回路の設計 基礎編」、丸善、ISBN4-621-07220-X B. Razavi, “Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits,” McGraw-Hill, ISBN-13: 978-0070529038 |
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開講学期 ／Semester |
2022年度／Academic Year 4学期 ／Fourth Quarter |
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対象学年 ／Course for; |
3rd year |
単位数 ／Credits |
4.0 |
責任者 ／Coordinator |
KITAMICHI Junji |
担当教員名 ／Instructor |
KITAMICHI Junji, OKUYAMA Yuichi |
推奨トラック ／Recommended track |
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先修科目 ／Essential courses |
Courses preferred to be learned prior to this course (This course assumes understanding of entire or partial content of the following courses) FU05 Computer Architecture FU06 Operating Systems FU14 Intro. to Software Engineering PL02 C Programming |
更新日／Last updated on | 2022/02/07 |
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授業の概要 ／Course outline |
This course is Face-to-face one. This course provides students with experience in embedded systems design. The course introduces issues in upstream design in embedded system and RTOS for real time systems. There are also weekly laboratory sessions on design of a microprocessor-based embedded system including one or more custom peripherals. |
授業の目的と到達目標 ／Objectives and attainment goals |
To serve as a capstone design course to tie together the computer engineering curriculum via the design of a complete embedded system involving multiple communicating components. |
授業スケジュール ／Class schedule |
1. Introduction of this course 2. Chapter 1. Embedded Computing 3. Chapter 2. Instruction Sets 4. Chapter 3. CPUs 5. Chapter 4. Computing Platforms 4.1-4.3 6. Chapter 4. 4.4-4.8 7. Chapter 5. Program Design and Analysis 5.1-5.5 8. Chapter 5.5.6-5.11 9. Chapter 6. Processes and Operating Systems 6.1-6.4 10. Chapter 6. 6.5 Priority-based scheduling 11. Chapter 6. 6.6-6.8 12. RTOS 13. ITRON 14. Chapter 7. System Design Techniques The order of some items would be changed. |
教科書 ／Textbook(s) |
Text(s) Materials are handout. The handout is a summary from the reference. |
成績評価の方法・基準 ／Grading method/criteria |
Final examination (50%), and reports of exercises (50%). |
参考(授業ホームページ、図書など) ／Reference (course website, literature, etc.) |
There are materials of this course in ELMS in our UoA. References are followings. 1-6:Computers as Components, 4th Edition, Morgan Kaufmann 組込みシステム設計の基礎,日経BPは，上記の1st Editionの翻訳であり，4thと内容が大きく異なるので注意) We do not treat following Chapters. Chapter 8. Internet-of-Things Systems Chapter 9. Automotive and Aerospace Systems Chapter 10. Embedded Multiprocessors 7-14: 組み込みシステム開発に役立つ理論と手法 藤倉 俊幸,CQ出版，絶版． 12 and 13:組込みソフトウェア開発技術の基礎 Edited: NCES人材育成プログラム https://www.nces.i.nagoya-u.ac.jp/NEP/materials/about.html |
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開講学期 ／Semester |
2022年度／Academic Year 3学期 ／Third Quarter |
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対象学年 ／Course for; |
3rd year |
単位数 ／Credits |
3.0 |
責任者 ／Coordinator |
NAKASATO Naohito |
担当教員名 ／Instructor |
NAKASATO Naohito, BEN ABDALLAH Abderazek |
推奨トラック ／Recommended track |
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先修科目 ／Essential courses |
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更新日／Last updated on | 2022/01/31 |
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授業の概要 ／Course outline |
A large change in the computing world has started in the last few years: not only are the fastest computers parallel, but nearly all computers will soon be parallel, because the physics of semiconductor manufacturing will no longer let conventional sequential processors get faster year after year, as they have for so long (roughly doubling in speed every 18 months for many years). So all programs that need to run faster will have to become parallel programs. As multi-core processors and cluster systems have become ubiquitous, the demand for parallelization methods and technologies is also increasing. Parallel computer architecture is a field related to the development of these methods and computing technologies. Parallelism can be applied to different levels of a computer system and different challenges and solutions exist. |
授業の目的と到達目標 ／Objectives and attainment goals |
The objective of this course is to understand the basic knowledge for designing and evaluating parallel computer architectures. The class will focus on understanding the elements that characterize parallel architectures, technical challenges, and possible solutions. Exercises in parallel programming will provide an understanding of parallel architectures through actual programming. |
授業スケジュール ／Class schedule |
1 Introduction to Parallel Computing 2 On Floating-point Arithmetic 3 Single Processor and Memory Hierarchy 4 Single Processor Performance Tuning(1) 5 Single Processor Performance Tuning(2) 6 Parallel and High Performance Computing 7 Shared Memory Parallel Computers 8 Distributed Memory Parallel Computers 9 Parallel Programming 10 Multi-core and Many-core Architectures(1) 11 Multi-core and Many-core Architectures(2) 12 Multi-core and Many-core Architectures(3) 13 Applications of Graphic Processing Units 14 AI and Super Computing |
教科書 ／Textbook(s) |
Lecture slide will be available from the LMS |
成績評価の方法・基準 ／Grading method/criteria |
Based on the exercise(50%) and report(50%). |
履修上の留意点 ／Note for course registration |
Partly Based on "Computer Architecture" class. |
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開講学期 ／Semester |
2022年度／Academic Year 2学期 ／Second Quarter |
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対象学年 ／Course for; |
3rd year |
単位数 ／Credits |
2.0 |
責任者 ／Coordinator |
KOHIRA Yukihide |
担当教員名 ／Instructor |
KOHIRA Yukihide |
推奨トラック ／Recommended track |
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先修科目 ／Essential courses |
Courses preferred to be learned prior to this course (This course assumes understanding of entire or partial content of the following courses) LI13 CSE Exercise I (L05 CSE laboratories) NS04 Semiconductor Devices FU04 Logic Circuit Design (F04 Logic Circuit Design). |
更新日／Last updated on | 2022/01/21 |
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授業の概要 ／Course outline |
Due to progress of LSI technology, developing electronics and advancing performance are achieved. Although the speed of a transistor is improved by the progress of process technology in LSI, it increases the routing delay. Since the routing delay is determined by layout process, it is important to understand the knowledge about layout design. In this class, students learn the knowledge of the LSI design. |
授業の目的と到達目標 ／Objectives and attainment goals |
1. Students will be able to understand the knowledge of the LSI design. 2. Students will be able to understand how to determine the LSI circuit performance and the power consumption. 3. Students will be able to understand how to design, evaluate, and verify LSI circuits by applying LSI design flow from logic synthesis to layout design in CAD tools. |
授業スケジュール ／Class schedule |
Lecture 1. Introduction 2. Review of semiconductor devices (CMOS Logic) 3. LSI design flow, memory 4. LSI layout design 5. Performance of CMOS circuits 6. Power consumption of CMOS circuits 7. Scaling Exercise 1-2. CMOS circuit design in transistor level 3-5. Layout design for CMOS circuits (Full custom design) 6-7. Layout design for CMOS circuits (Design automation) # The slots for lectures and exercises are changed in the progress of lectures. |
教科書 ／Textbook(s) |
牧野 博之，益子 洋治，山本 秀和「半導体LSI技術」共立出版 |
成績評価の方法・基準 ／Grading method/criteria |
The plan of evaluation is as follows: Final examination: 60% Exercises: 40% Additionally, if a student is absent, the final score is reduced. |
履修上の留意点 ／Note for course registration |
Students are required to have the knowledge of the following courses: LI13 CSE Exercise I (L05 CSE laboratories), NS04 Semiconductor Devices and FU04 Logic Circuit Design (F04 Logic Circuit Design). |
参考(授業ホームページ、図書など) ／Reference (course website, literature, etc.) |
Reference 國枝 博昭「集積回路設計入門」コロナ社 |
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開講学期 ／Semester |
2022年度／Academic Year 2学期 ／Second Quarter |
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対象学年 ／Course for; |
3rd year |
単位数 ／Credits |
3.0 |
責任者 ／Coordinator |
SAITO Hiroshi |
担当教員名 ／Instructor |
SAITO Hiroshi, TOMIOKA Yoichi |
推奨トラック ／Recommended track |
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先修科目 ／Essential courses |
Courses preferred to be learned prior to this course (This course assumes understanding of entire or partial content of the following courses) FU04 Logic Circuit Design |
更新日／Last updated on | 2022/02/07 |
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授業の概要 ／Course outline |
In digital integrated circuits such as processors, the almost all design starts from modeling functional requirements using a hardware description language (HDL). A circuit is synthesized from the model by using electronic design automation (EDA) tools. Therefore, it is important to know how to model functional requirements using an HDL and how EDA tools synthesize digital integrated circuits. |
授業の目的と到達目標 ／Objectives and attainment goals |
This course is an advanced course for logic circuit design. In lectures, students study a modeling method for digital integrated circuits using an HDL, the overview of logic synthesis tool, and a verification method for the designed circuits. In exercises, students model circuits using an HDL, synthesize logic circuits using an EDA tool. In addition, students implement the designed logic circuits on a field programmable gate array (FPGA). The performance of the implemented circuits is evaluated on an FPGA board. |
授業スケジュール ／Class schedule |
Lectures (50 min) 1. Introduction 2. Review of logic circuit design 3. Verilog Hardware Description Language (Verilog HDL) 4. Modeling using Verilog HDL 5. Overview of logic synthesis 1 6. Overview of logic synthesis 2 7. Two-level logic minimization 8. Multi-level logic optimization 9. Technology mapping 10. Logic synthesis for FPGAs 11. Sequential circuit synthesis 12. Logic verification and static timing analysis 13. Summary 14. Others Exercises (100 min) 1. How to use Intel Quartus Prime? 2. How to use ModelSim? 3-4. Modeling and synthesis of basic circuits using Verilog HDL 5-9. Modeling and synthesis of a counter and implementation on an FPGA board 10-14. Modeling and synthesis of a processor |
教科書 ／Textbook(s) |
Not assigned |
成績評価の方法・基準 ／Grading method/criteria |
Reports (45%) and final examination (55%) No re-examination |
履修上の留意点 ／Note for course registration |
Hybrid style ((online and onsite) will be adopted by the situation of COVID-19. |
参考(授業ホームページ、図書など) ／Reference (course website, literature, etc.) |
Reference (in Japanese) Miyama, Kitagawa, Akita, and Suzuki, "VLSI Designs using HDL", Kyoritsu pub. |