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MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science 6.012 Electronic Devices and Circuits - Fall 2003 SPECIAL PROBLEM ON CIRCUIT DESIGN ANSWER SHEET (Use this sheet as the cover of your design problem report.) Your Name A. Resistor Value R 1 = __________ k W R 2,3 = __________ k W B. Performance Predicted 1) Voltage gains, defined such that v out = A vc (v in1 +v in2 )/2 + A vd (v in1 -v in2 ) i) Small-signal differential-mode voltage gain, A vd : ________ (Should be greater than 5 x 10 3 ) ii) Small-signal common-mode voltage gain, A vc : _________ (Should be less than 5 x 10 -4 ) 2) Common-mode rejection ratio, A vd /A vc : ________ (Should be greater than 10 7 ) 3) Small-signal output resistance, r out : __________ W (Should be less than 75 W ) 4) Output voltage swing into a 100 W load: ________ V < v OUT <________ V (Bounds should exceed + and - 0.65 V.) 5) Common-mode input voltage range: ________ V < v IC <________V

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Unformatted text preview: (Bounds should exceed + and - 0.5 V.) 6) Total quiescent power dissipation: ______ mW (Should be less than 5 mW.) 7) Quiescent output voltage with shunt feedback: ______ mV (Magnitude should be less than 0.1 mV.) C. Transistor Parameters Size Scaling Quiescent Operating Point Transistor(s) Indicate Factor |V GS | |V DS | |I D | L, W, or A (integer or |V BE | or |V CE | or |I C | values only) 1. Q 1 V V mA 2. Q 2,3,4,5 V V mA Continued on reverse Transistor(s) Size Scaling Indicate Factor L, W, or A (integer values only) Quiescent Operating Point |V GS | |V DS | |I D | or |V BE | or |V CE | or |I C | 3. Q 6,7 V V mA 4. Q 8,9 V V mA 5. Q 10 V V mA 6. Q 11 V V mA 7. Q 12 V V mA 8. Q 13 V V mA 9. Q 14 V V mA 10. Q 15 V V mA 11. Q 16 V V mA 12. Q 17 V V mA 13. Q 18 V V mA 14. Q 19 V V mA 15. Q 20 V V mA 16. Q 21 V V mA 17. Q 22 V V mA 18. Q 23 V V mA 19. Q 24 V V mA...
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