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Ponnathpur Mukund

Professor
Department of Electrical and Microelectronic Engineering
Kate Gleason College of Engineering

585-475-2174
Office Location

Ponnathpur Mukund

Professor
Department of Electrical and Microelectronic Engineering
Kate Gleason College of Engineering

Education

BS, MS, Ph.D., University of Tennessee

585-475-2174

Currently Teaching

EEEE-610
3 Credits
This is a foundation course in analog integrated electronic circuit design and is a perquisite for the graduate courses in analog integrated circuit design EEEE-726 and EEEE-730. The course covers the following topics: (1)CMOS Technology (2) CMOS active and passive element models (3) Noise mechanisms and circuit noise analysis (4) Current mirrors (5) Differential amplifiers, cascade amplifiers (6) Multistage amps and common mode feedback (7) Stability analysis of feedback amplifiers; (8) Advanced current mirrors, amplifiers, and comparators (9) Band gap and translinear cells (10) Matching.
EEEE-499
0 Credits
One semester of paid work experience in electrical engineering.
EEEE-510
3 Credits
This is a foundation course in analog integrated electronic circuit design and is a perquisite for the graduate courses in analog integrated circuit design EEEE-726 and EEEE-730. The course covers the following topics: (1)CMOS Technology (2) CMOS active and passive element models (3) Noise mechanisms and circuit noise analysis (4) Current mirrors (5) Differential amplifiers, cascode amplifiers (6) Multistage amps and common mode feedback (7) Stability analysis of feedback amplifiers; (8) Advanced current mirrors, amplifiers, and comparators (9) Band gap and translinear cells (10) Matching.
EEEE-480
4 Credits
This is an introductory course in analog electronic circuit analysis and design. The course covers the following topics: (1) Diode circuit DC and small-signal behavior, including rectifying as well as Zener-diode-based voltage regulation; (2) MOSFET current-voltage characteristics; (3) DC biasing of MOSFET circuits, including integrated-circuit current sources; (4) Small-signal analysis of single-transistor MOSFET amplifiers and differential amplifiers; (5) Multi-stage MOSFET amplifiers, such as cascade amplifiers, and operational amplifiers; (6) Frequency response of MOSFET-based single- and multi-stage amplifiers; (7) DC and small-signal analysis and design of bipolar junction transistor (BJT) devices and circuits; (8) Feedback and stability in MOSFET and BJT amplifiers.
EEEE-730
3 Credits
This is the second course in the graduate course sequence in analog integrated circuit design EEEE-726 and EEEE-730. This course covers the following topics: (1) Fundamentals of Filter Design (2) Filter Approximations (3) Frequency and Impedance Scaling (4) Delay Equalization (5) Sensitivity Analysis (6) Sampled Data Theory (7) CMOS Integrated Filters including Switched Capacitor and gm-C Filters (8)Phase Locked Loops

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Published Article
Urban, C., J.E. Moon and P.R. Mukund. “Designing Bulk-Driven MOSFETs for Ultra-Low-Voltage AnalogueApplications.” Semiconductor Science and Technology, 25.11 (2010): 115011. Web. "  É  *
Pude, M., P.R. Mukund,P. Singh, K. Paradis, and J. Burleson. “Amplifier Gain Enhancement with PositiveFeedback.” 53rd IEEE International Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems, 1-4 August 2010. 981-984. Web. "  É  *
Bohannon, E., C. Urban, M. Pude, Y. Nishi, A. Gopalan, and P.R. Mukund. “Passive and Active Reduction Techniques for On-ChipHigh-Frequency Digital Power Supply Noise.” IEEE Transactions on Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) Systems, 18.1 (2010): 157-161. Print. "  É  *
Formal Presentation
Mukund, P.R. Luncheon Keynote Speech, IEEEInternational System on a ChipConference (SOCC). Las Vegas, NV.27-29 Sept. 2010. Presentation.