Q&A in Analog Data Converters (ADC) Design

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Dr Javed GS
Last Update September 2, 2021

About This Course

As a course instructor, I wanted to curate and bring most of the questions about the interviews asked under ONE COURSE or ONE PLATFORM for all to access and benefit. You should not be surprised to find many of these questions to be seen in many GATE ECE papers from 2012 – 2020. Some of the questions asked in the interview have direct answers, while many others are presented to know about the approach to solve the problem.

The course is designed for the people who are appearing for Interviews after the Undergrad or as professionals for higher positions. In this course, you will learn the intuitive approach of solving the problem and learn what are the applications of the simple circuits. The principles of design thinking and problem solving have been used in various sections and lectures to prepare a positive outcome.

These questions are curated from my personal experience of answering questions in the Tech roundson the white board  – of top semiconductor product companies like Texas Instruments, Qualcomm, Intel, Cypress Semi, Analog Devices, etc.

Learning Objectives

Be aware of the interview process for analog design
Commonly asked questions in the telephonic interview - solved
Common and basic White Board questions - solved
Build confidence to face a design interview

Requirements

  • Basics of Opamp design
  • Knowledge of voltage and current measurement
  • Curiosity of learning something new always
  • Understanding the types of the sensors

Target Audience

  • New engineering graduates
  • Final year students looking for term projects
  • Research aspirants in the Sensor interface design area
  • College students looking to move to Physical Electronics domain

Curriculum

18 Lessons01h 30m

ADC Q&A – Commonly encountered

How to choose an ADC5:02
Example : Instrumentation ADC1:38
Example: Data Acquisition2:47
Input signal based ADC Choice2:04
Frequency Spectrum content in ADC3:22

Time to Data Converters (TDC)

Sensor output as ADC input signals

ADC Performance Metrics

Interview Q&A – For the White Board

Your Instructors

Dr Javed GS

Tech Lead / Analog Manager

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A creative problem solver for innovative solutions and passionate analog design manager.Analog Lead for Parallel Memory Interface/ Die-to-Die InterconnnectIEEE Eta Kappa Nu HKN Inductee - Class of 2016 - Mu Xi ChapterExpertise: Analog IC Design, High Speed SerDes Transceivers (1.25 - 20 Gbps), High Speed Low Power Interfaces (PCIe G4, MIPI MPHY G4, USB 3.2, Ethernet 10GE) - Datapath and Clockpath PLL (2.5GHz Ring, 5 GHz Ring and 10GHz LC), Sigma Delta ADC for Lab on Chip (13.5b @ 10KHz) Frequency Doublers for 20GHzAs an engineer with 12+ years of working experience in Analog IC design, I am fortunate to have solved customers design problems. At Terminus Circuits (3.4 years), I have contributed on design and development of High Speed Interface IP like USB3.2/PCIeG4/MIPI MPHY G4/Multi Protocol SerDes, each with its own TEST CHIP (SoC) and manage a cross functional team of 15 Analog Designers. This has resulted in 4 Journals and 5 IEEE Conferences publications. #Project40GbpsSerDes
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Level
Intermediate
Duration 1.5 hour
Lectures
18 lectures
Language
English

Material Includes

  • 7-Day Money-Back Guarantee
  • Lifetime access
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  • Q&A Section with instructor
  • Certificate on completion