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# EE331HW8 - the circuit using the DC Operating Point...

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EE-331 Devices and Circuits 1 Homework 8 Winter 2011 Due in class on Wednesday, March 2, 2011. Problem 1: Problem 4.93(a) on p. 210 of Jaeger and Blalock. As per Table 4.6 on p. 204, use a value of k n = 100 µ A/V 2 . Since γ = 0, there is no body bias, and V Tn = V TO . Problem 2: Problem 4.128(a,b) on pp. 211-212 of Jaeger and Blalock. As per Table 4.6 on p. 204, use a value of k n = 100 µ A/V 2 and V TOn = +0.75 V. Problem 3: Problem 4.131 on p. 212 of Jaeger and Blalock. Use the device parameters in Table 4.6 on p. 204 as needed. Problem 4: Problem 4.134(a,b) on p. 212 of Jaeger and Blalock. Use the device parameters in Table 4.6 on p. 204 as needed. Neither transistor has any body bias present. Simulate the circuit of part (a) using Multisim to validate the previous hand computations. Edit the model parameters for both MOSFETs to match to those used in the hand analysis. Simulate
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Unformatted text preview: the circuit using the DC Operating Point analysis, which will create a table of the output variables selected. Compare the output voltage V O and the device current I D to those found in the hand analysis. It is generally good practice to give the parameter LAMBDA = λ a non-zero value, such as 0.001 V − 1 , to help the simulator convergence. Problem 5: Problem 4.149 on p. 213 of Jaeger and Blalock. Use the device parameters in Table 4.6 on p. 204 as needed. Problem 6: Problem 6.2(a,b,c) on p. 355 of Jaeger and Blalock. Problem 7: Problem 6.7 on p. 355 of Jaeger and Blalock. Problem 8: Problem 6.8 on p. 356 of Jaeger and Blalock. Problem 9: Problem 6.10 on p. 356 of Jaeger and Blalock. Problem 10: Problem 6.20(a,b) on p. 357 of Jaeger and Blalock. For (a) and (b), express the rise or fall time as a precise number times the value of RC....
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