lecture24 - Lecture #24 OUTLINE The common-source (CS)...

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Lecture 24, Slide 1 EECS40, Fall 2003 Prof. King Lecture #24 OUTLINE • The common-source (CS) amplifier – load line analysis – DC bias circuit example – small-signal analysis of CS amplifier Reference Reading Howe & Sodini: Chapter 8.1, 8.3 Hambley (posted online) : Chapter 12.2-12.5 Lecture 24, Slide 2 EECS40, Fall 2003 Prof. King Notation • Subscript convention (Lecture 2, Slide 11): ± V DS V D V S , V GS V G V S , etc. • Double-subscripts denote DC sources (Lecture 23, Slide 7): ± V DD , V CC , I SS , etc. • To distinguish between DC and AC components of an electrical quantity, the following convention is used: – DC quantity : upper-case letter with upper-case subscript ± I D , V DS , etc. – AC quantity : lower-case letter with lower-case subscript ± i d , v ds , etc. – Total (DC + AC) quantity : lower-case letter with upper-case subscript ± i D , v DS , etc.
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Lecture 24, Slide 3 EECS40, Fall 2003 Prof. King P-Channel MOSFET Example • In a digital circuit, a p-channel MOSFET in the
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