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coupling capacitors, CE is a large bypass capacitor, ﬂ = 100, VT: 26mV, VCC = 10V, R1 =
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VD = VDD = 3V. In order to read the value stored in the cell we ﬁrst precharge the bit
lines to VDD/2 = 1.5V. Then, at t = O, we set the word line high (VWL = 3V) to turn on M1
and M2. Ignore body effect and assume that Kn = 100uA/V2, Vt}, = 0.5V and C32 = 4pF. 2 pts (21) What region of operation is M2 in at t = 0+? Earle Tait“? a v”! 3 pts (b) Which end of M2’s channel (left or right) is acting as the source at t = 0+?
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at t = 0+, use chargecontrol analysis to derive an equation for how long it will
take the voltage on the righthand bit line, vBL, to increase by 250mV (I have
changed to using the total value, VBL, instead of the DC value, V32, because we are
now dealing with a transient situation). Assume that vD = 3V during the entire
read operation and that the inverter can source whatever current is necessary. Ignore all capacitances except for CBL. Make what you are doing clear or you will
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2.5V DC component, VDD = 20V, R1 = 1001(8), RD = 10kg), V”, = 0.5V, K = 250uA/V2,
Cgs = 4pF and ng = lpF. Ignoring channellength modulation, derive the upper cutoff
frequency of this circuit, may. I want both an equation and the number. Check any approximations that you make. Make what you are doing clear or you will not receive full
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