Lec12w.DCBiasing&CurrentSourceMatching.ee140.s11.ctn

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EE 140 : Analog Integrated Circuits Lecture 12w CTN 2/24/11 Copyright © 2011 Regents of the University of California 1 Lecture 12 Announcements : ª None Lecture Topics : ª Aside: Getting the DC Operating Point ª Current Source Matching Considerations ª Op Amp Review ª Emitter Coupled Pair (ECP) ------------------------------------- Last Time :
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Unformatted text preview: V R E 5 R ref V o Q 5 Q 1 10k Q 2 Q 4 Q 3 2k Q 8 Q 7 Q 6 R E 8 2k R o EE 140 : Analog Integrated Circuits Lecture 12w : DC Biasing & Current Source Matching CTN 2/24/11 Copyright 2011 Regents of the University of California 4 Start Op Amps Ideal op amps Diff pairs Offset Voltage, Vos Finite Gain 2 stage op amps Finite BW Stability Compensation of Op Amps Slew Rate Power Supply Rejection Settling time Single-stage cascade op amps for better bandwidth performance Some of the above is review We will do the review material using pre-made lecture notes Slow down for things are new to you EE 140 1 CTN Ideal Op Amps...
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