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### EE 333 Exam 2 Summer 2003

Course: EE 230, Fall 2009
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1 Page of 7 EE 333 Exam 2 Summer 2003 Name _____________________ Instructions: All problems are worth 14 points except problems 5and 6 which are worth 15 points. Students may use two sheets of paper with any information desired on these two sheets. All work and answers should appear on the exam sheets. Unless specifically stated to the contrary, assume all MOS transistors are from a process with unCOX=100ua/v2,...

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1 Page of 7 EE 333 Exam 2 Summer 2003 Name _____________________ Instructions: All problems are worth 14 points except problems 5and 6 which are worth 15 points. Students may use two sheets of paper with any information desired on these two sheets. All work and answers should appear on the exam sheets. Unless specifically stated to the contrary, assume all MOS transistors are from a process with unCOX=100ua/v2, VTN= 1V, VTP= - 1V, up=un/3, = 0 and = 0,. Problem 1 a) b) For the following circuit Determine the small signal voltage gain A V = Determine the quiescent power dissipation. VOUT . Vin 10V 50K C=1F W=10 L=10 VOUT 50K Vin -3V Page 2 of 7 Problem 2 indicated. a) b) For the amplifier shown, assume that the device dimensions are as Determine the small signal voltage gain A V = VOUT . Vin Determine the steady state output voltage if Vin=.01sin(2000t). VDD=10V W=5 L=8 W=20 L=2 3V Vin VOUT W=5 L=2 W=5 L=2 Page 3 of 7 Problem 3 with a ?. For the circuit shown, determine the variables W=5 indicated 10V L=5 W=10 L=5 W=20 L=2 I=? W=100 L=5 2mA 250 V=? W=10 L=5 Page 4 of 7 Problem 4 Assume a 2-port network is characterized by the equations I1 = 2 V12 V2 I2 = V1 + 5e a) b) V2 4 Determine a small-signal equivalent circuit at the operating point V1Q=3, V2Q=1 Determine the quiescent currents I1Q and I2Q at the operating point given in a) Page 5 of 7 Problem 5 Using the definition for tHL and tLH given in class, obtain tHL and tLH at the output for the following circuit. VDD W=2u L=1u VOUT VIN W=5u L=20u C=650 fF Page 6 of 7 Problem 6 Determine W of the p-channel transistor so ...

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