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Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits - Errata [Behzad Razavi]_August 15, 2000

Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits - Errata [Behzad Razavi]_August 15, 2000

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Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits Behzad Razavi Errata in Problem Sets Chapter 2 In Eq. (2.44), must be in the numerator. Chapter 3 Call the third problem 3.2’. In Problem 3.2, Fig. 3.68(d), change the gate voltage of 2 to 2 . In Problem 3.4, Fig. 3.71(a), change the gate voltage of 1 to 1 . In Fig. 3.72(e), 1 must be changed to . In Fig. 3.73(h), the output is at the source of 2 . In Problem 3.10(c), the question must be phrased as: Which device enters the triode region first as falls? In Problem 3.13, first sentence should read: ... with 50 0 5 ... In Problem 3.16(a), do not neglect channel-length modula- tion in the triode region. Chapter 4 In Problem 4.2, assume 1 mA and change part (a) to: Determine the voltage gain. In Problem 4.6, assume 0. In Problem 4.9, assume 0. In Problem 4.11, assume 5 20 A. In Problem 4.13, change the figure number to 4.8(a). Chapter 5 In Problem 5.16(d), assume does not vary with tem- perature. Chapter 6 In Problem 6.4(b) and (d), assume 0. Chapter 7 The second sentence of Problem 7.2 should read: Assume 1 50 0 5 1 2 0 1 mA ... In Problem 7.20, change 1 and 2 to 0.05 mA. In Problem 7.24, change the bias current to 0.1 mA.
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