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Lecture 28, Slide 1 EECS40, Fall 2003 Prof. King Lecture #28 Midterm Exam #2 • Monday 11/3 11:10AM – 12:00PM • Locations: – Students with last names beginning A - K: 4 LeConte – Students with last names beginning L - Z: Sibley Aud. OUTLINE – Common-source amplifier example –1 st -order circuit examples – Diode circuit examples Lecture 28, Slide 2 EECS40, Fall 2003 Prof. King CS Amplifier Example The MOSFET in the inverter circuit shown below has W / L = 3, k = 50 µ A/V 2 , V T = 1 V, and λ = 0 V -1 V DD = 5 V R D = 5 k + v OUT = v DS + v IN = v GS i D a) Sketch i D vs. v DS for v GS = 3 V b) Sketch the load line on the same plot c) What is v OUT , for v GS = 3 V? d) Draw the small-signal equivalent circuit for V GS = 3 V e) Find the incremental change in the output voltage,

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Unformatted text preview: v out , for a 0.1 V incremental change in the input voltage ( i.e. v gs = 0.1 V) f) How would your answer to part (e) change if R D is changed to 25 k ? Lecture 28, Slide 3 EECS40, Fall 2003 Prof. King 1 st-Order Circuit Examples The circuits below are operating in steady state with the switches open for t < 0. Find and sketch v ( t ) for all t . 2 H 2 k 10 V t = 0 + v 8 k + t = 0 9 V + 2 k 6 k 3 k 2.5 F + v Lecture 28, Slide 4 EECS40, Fall 2003 Prof. King Diode Circuit Examples Find the values of I and V , assuming that the diodes are perfect rectifiers: + V 6 V 3 V 1 k I D 1 D 2 5 k 10 k 5 k 10 k + V D 2 D 1 I 15 V +...
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