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© Bob York Amplification I D V ds / dd d V R knee V I D V gs t V d I gs V d m gs I g V = Slope V ds I D V gs R d d I ds V Q point Q point ds d d m d gs V R I g R V = - = - Small R d Large R d dd V
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© Bob York Power Dissipation I D V ds max ds d P V I P = V max I max max P P = V ds I D V gs R d
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© Bob York CD4007 * CD4007 NMOS and PMOS transistor SPICE models * Typical - Typical Condition .model MbreakND NMOS + Level=1 Gamma= 0 Xj=0 + Tox=1200n Phi=.6 Rs=0 Kp=111u Vto=2.0 Lambda=0.01 + Rd=0 Cbd=2.0p Cbs=2.0p Pb=.8 Cgso=0.1p + Cgdo=0.1p Is=16.64p N=1 *The default W and L is 30 and 10 um respectively and AD and AS *should not be included. .model MbreakPD PMOS + Level=1 Gamma= 0 Xj=0 + Tox=1200n Phi=.6 Rs=0 Kp=55u Vto=-1.5 Lambda=0.04 + Rd=0 Cbd=4.0p Cbs=4.0p Pb=.8 Cgso=0.2p + Cgdo=0.2p Is=16.64p N=1 *The default W and L is 60 and 10 um respectively and AD and AS *should not be included. CD4007 N-ch 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 0 1 2 3 4 5 Vgs, Volts Id, mA Data Model 2 1V 0.4mA/V t n V K CD4007 n-Ch 0.0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 0 1 2 3 4 5 Vgs, Volts 0.00 0.05 0.10 0.15 0.20 0.25 0.8 1 1.2 1.4
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© Bob York 2N7000 From DataSheet: (~2.5um technology)
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