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ideal (which means that it has inﬁnite bandwidth). The transfer function H( f),
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on the schematic above). Use R; = RS + Rm and R2 = RL + Ram in your circuit and call v; the voltage across R2. Consider v; to be the output variable that is fed back. Give equations for the elements in the two—port model of the feedback network in terms of the components shown on the schematic (you do not need to
derive the equations). A6 15 pts (b) Assume that solving for the DC bias point of this circuit reveals: V31 = 1.7 V,
V52 = 1.8 V and V32 = 2.5 V, with Rf: 2 k9, R152 = 200 Q, Rout = 50 Q and
RL = 50 Q. Derive a value for vomin. Make, state and check the validity of any
reasonable assumptions you make (I do not expect an exact answer). I do want a
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to “ML/<3 52x16” rad/s (d) What is the gain margin, GM? Give the value here and show it on your plot. 0 aa a” ‘3’ “2.048 (e) What is the phase margin, PM? Give the value here and show it on your plot. 9 O EJAM. B 2,2_.9'° (f) If you added a new dominate pole to this ampliﬁer, what would you need to set the pole frequency to in order to achieve a 45° PM? Give the value here and show
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and assume that a standard binary search is used. The table below the ﬁgure shows the operation of the converter one clock cycle at a time as it performs a
conversion on an input voltage VI = 2.5 V, with VFS = 8 V for the threebit DAC. You are to ﬁll in the six missing values in the table (VCOMP is either High or Low). You may use the space provided to work out your answers to this problem, but
you do NOT NEED .TO SHOW YOUR WORK because only your ﬁnal answers
will graded. Put your ﬁnal answers IN THE TABLE PROVIDED. Successive
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