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Fall 2005 6.012 Microelectronic Devices and Circuits Prof. J. A. del Alamo Homework #7 ­ October 28, 2005 Due: November 4, 2005 at recitation ( 2 PM latest) (late homework will not be accepted) Please write your recitation session time on your problem set solution. 1. [20 points] Problem E4.19 of Howe & Sodini. Note comment before exercise E4.1 in page 246 of Howe & Sodini. 2. [40 points] Problem P5.5 of Howe & Sodini. Note comment before exercise E5.1 in p. 319 of Howe & Sodini. Note also that in some versions of the book, there is an error in the list of parameters. λ n and λ p should be given by: 1 . 5 λ n = λ p = 0 . 067 V 1 L with L in µm 3. [40 points] Design the DC transfer function of an Asymmetric Inverter One goal of design project for 6.012 is to expose students to the design of integrated circuits using a modern design tool. It highlights the difference between design and analysis. The project requires the use of the Cadence suite of design tools. This homework question gives you an opportunity to configure your Cadence setup and consider some of
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