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EE2231 Lab Session 9 Name 1 Assignment Complete experiment 9 in the lab manual concerning FET transistors. Submit your report one week after the lab session. The lab assistant must initial each procedure as it is completed. This sheet must be submitted at the end of the lab to receive credit for any practical work. CMOS Pair Simulation The CMOS device in figure 3 of the lab manual will be constructed with a 4000 series CMOS part containing three pairs of complimentary MOSFETs. The actual part is the HCF4007 from ST Microelectronics. Using models for a similar Fairchild seminconductor part found on the web, the result of a ramp input is plotted in figure 1. Assuming the models are correct, you should see similar performance. Figure 1: CMOS Transfer Characteristic Procedures Complete the procedures in the lab manual. Do not forget to answer all questions. Record all data in your lab notebook. A grading breakdown is included below. Points for each task are listed as ( practical/report ). 1. Construct figure 1 and record data. (15/15)
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Construct figure 2 and record data. (15/15) 3. Construct figure 3 and record data. (20/20) Note: You will also use a discrete part in a TO-92 package (lunar lander) for the depletion mode procedure. EE2231 Lab Session 9 Name 2 Spice Model CMOS Pair Vdd 3 0 DC 5V *PMOS D G S Substrate M1 2 1 3 3 pMOS2 L=1.6u W=23.7u *NMOS D G S Substrate M2 2 1 0 0 nMOS1 L=1.6u W=4.2u *Input Ramp Vin 1 0 DC 0 PWL(0 0 1 5) * Models for fairchild semi 4007 part. Take these with a grain of salt. .model nMOS1 NMOS Level=1 Gamma=0.5 Lambda=0.0132 Vto=1.1 + Uo=486 Tox=18.2n Ld=100n Nsub=1E15 Phi=0.6 Pb=0.9 + Cj=2.5E-4 Cjsw=2.0E-10 CGSO=1.9E-10 CGDO=1.9E-10 Mj=0.5 Mjsw=0.3 + Rsh=10 KF=5E-26 .model pMOS2 PMOS Level=1 Gamma=0.8 Lambda=0.042 Vto=-0.5 + Uo=158 Tox=18.2n Ld=100n Nsub=2.2E16 Phi=0.6 Pb=0.9 + Cj=4.5E-4 Cjsw=2.5E-10 CGSO=1.9E-10 CGDO=1.9E-10 Mj=0.5 Mjsw=0.3 + Rsh=10 KF=5E-26 .CONTROL tran 1m 1 plot v(1) v(2) .ENDC .END...
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