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Unformatted text preview: Georgia Institute of Technology School of Electrical and Computer Engineering ECE 304OD&E: Microelectronics Exam 11 NOTE: Please show all your work to obtain partial credit. The exam is closed book and notes. You may use four handwritten sheets of formulas. NAME Grade: 3 a i 041‘; (\S Problem 1 (15 points) The energy band diagram for a Si step junction with cross sectional area of 10‘4 cm2 maintained at room temperature (T = 300 K) with a p-side doping of NA = 2 x1014 cm'3 and an n-side doping of ND = 3.5 x 1015 cm'3 is shown in the‘figure below. The other physical parameters are Dp'=11.9 cmz/s, DN=35.l cmz/s, Lp=3.5x10'3cm, and LN=5.9 xlO'3 cm. For Si at room temperature, ni = 1010 cm'3. V (5) a. Find the built-in voltage (Vbi) under equilibrium condition. \I ‘, El , .V bi- 1‘“ “L . lo g (5) b. What is the applied voltage (if any) to the diode? f Tbé loam} benlma «Crum {3 To It .93 i‘vbi-"VpA-io‘lci get/Mam a (5) b. What is the diode current? 1 __ I... is: [IL—f PE? Problem 2 (10 points) Draw qualitatively the energy band diagram in an n—i-p—i Si device at T = 300 K. Assume that all regions are long, and the concentrations of donors and acceptors (in the n and p regions, respectively) are ND = NA = 5x1015 cm'3. For Si at room temperature, ni = 1010 cm'3. Iv. t (EF‘EAhs-M :(E,~..£F) s 2441'!“ Sflobiasqev -swLL foto Problem 3 (25 points) L Find and plot the transfer characteristics (vO versus vs) for the following circuit. Assume both diodes are ideal. 190m check: Dz, oFFflVDzK" 0 \IDL = *Vo : -£v5<o:7Vs>,° 3 D3 OFF-#530, 4’93— zzvo =9 v93:-2.v0=-z..§:\g<o wvgewé? Cases 30AM, Di 0N , Th 4mm CaJ€S mus+cww' ,.;\,e:mpour<wn:mmm -H\L remairtédj YAAJQ 3C \./_3‘ Le.) Problem 4 (20 points) Design a four-resistor bias network for an npn transistor (as shown in the figure below) to obtain IC = 200 HA and VCE = 3 V if Vcc = 12 V and [SF = 75. Assume that in the active region VBE = 0.7 V. You need to find RC, RE, R1, and R2. Assume that the voltage drops across RC is twice the voltage drop across RE and that the current in R1 is 13 times the base current (11 = 13 IE). in ((322) 6'8) (30?: Vcc=+|2v ‘1‘ RC Icflcw REYES 3 R3 1c RCI¢+ 12E IE2; llv3zc‘ I; ‘1' RC 1‘ z 7' RE 15 =7 325 IE ‘1 =2 Pale-‘3‘“ R' R; éflé IC :1 I6: Alecia/Sf} IE; 1000*?‘3, Loos-7.5 LZDZ~7MA i3; 7‘5 aficsizgokfi RE; 3 *tqqugkfi J 01' 0.202. 7S ' :9 mi =a7+3 :35? .. .3 i :‘l,5.7_3 kVL In ; till»? Enzvéuflz :17 £22.12 KVL‘M ‘Qr®: “RII(+V6£+ REEEZQ 1 Problem 5 (30 points) For the BJ T amplifier circuits shown below, find: (10) a. DC equivalent circuit and Q point (1c and VCE). (6) b. AC equivalent circuit, amplifier configuration (CE, CB or CC), and small signal model parameters. (4) c. Voltage gain (VD/Vs). ‘ (3) (1. Input resistance R,» as specified in the circuit. (3) e. Output resistance R0 as specified in the circuit (4) f. Current gain (lo/Ii) as specified in the circuit. For the transistor, assume that VEB = 0.7 in the active region, and BF = [30 = 100, and VA = 00. Other parameters are R]: 100 KQ, R2 = 300 KQ, R3 = 22 KS2, R5: 3 KS), R6: 10 K0, R5 = 2 KO, R7 = 100 K0, and VCC =12 V. ' +vcc= 12v kVLi too In -3 3 3: 7g 1— 0,-1.4.[3 (lac-ttl13 :: 07+l38313-e; Igzlo‘fiéflz‘n' W 'IC. :0466 MIA ,- l<VL in Mpg): \Z=22x]'c+\/C5.H3,dot 13 » tzsstgz—wce QlVeez-éfl , WM f- \ Extra work on Problem 5 B : Ac €11 awakesxlf circuM'i R :: “:3 “mi;\~c\§!d‘ Hx 12mm 7“; 121:3 [03*2}: \fia'fiY-fi‘ I {loot‘%‘°3F\Aa.q7q=_gflz vaW’:: W ‘3."- W g/ ’n°§§f'°.$3 a 75 M r ‘WW 3‘ 3-44 k“; RC =— Emits?ng {Kay-2:60.714} } E” 43 l A > \ )R‘“‘Vn+(Po+\)R§” BONUS Problem (7 points) In the circuit shows below, find the collector currents in both transistors (Ia and leg), and the current in the Zener diode (Iz). Assume both transistors have VBE = 0.7 V and B}: = 100, and the Zener diode has Vz = 4.5 V and R2 = 0. This combination of two transistors is called a Darlington pair, and has several applications in amplifier design. For this problem, you can assume that both transistors are in the active region, and the Zener diode is in the Zener regime. kv L {A Mafia; ’43 = o~?+o.7+m 1E2, |»4 _ . WAM~¢mqquvav «a. e m. -.~ . . appendix l| , PHYSICAL'CONSTANTS ' .AND CONVERSION g FACTORS‘L Avogadro's number NA = 602 X IO” molecnles/molc Boltzmann's constant k = 1.38 x 10—23 l/K . = 8.62 x 10" eV/K Electronic charge (magnitude) q = [.60 x 10‘” C Electronic rest mass m" = 9.11 x 10‘“ kg Pemtittivity of free space 60 = 8.85 X 10’” F/cm = 8.85 x 10‘” F/m a! Planck's constant I: = 6.63 X 10'” 1-5 = 4.14 x 10‘” cV-s Room temperature value of [J [J = 0.0259 eV Speed of light c = 2.998 X 10I0 cm/s Prefixes: 1A(angsxmm) = 10‘I cm milli~, m. = to" 1 pm (micron) = 10" cm / micro, u» = 10'6 1 mil = IO” in. mm, n- = 10" 2.54 em = 1 in. pico—, p— : IO"2 leV = 1.6 x 10“": my. k- = 10’ mega-, M» = l0ls giga—, G~ = IO9 A wavelength A of l um corresponds to a photon energy of 1.24 eV. ' \ {Since an is used as theunit of length for many semiconductor quantities, caution must be exercised to avoidunit errors in calculations. When uSing quantities involving length in fonnulus which contain quantities measured in MKS units, it is usually best to use all MKS quantities. Conversion to standnnd semiconductor usage involving cm can be accomplished as a last step. Similar caution is recommended in using 1 and (N as energy units. ...
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