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Experiment No. 10
Synchronous Detection
The Formal Lab report for this experiment will be due at the beginning of your lab session on
December 4th or 5th 2014.
Introduction
One of the most frequently
Notes for Signals and Systems
7.1 Introduction to CT Signal Representation
A fundamental idea in signal analysis is to represent signals in terms of linear combinations of
basis signals. That is, we choose a set of basis signals,
0 (t ), 1 (t ),
, K 1 (t
Notes for Signals and Systems
12.1 Unilateral Laplace Transform Application to Circuits
When considering RLC circuits, one approach is to write the differential equation (or integrodifferential equation) for the circuit, and then solve the equation using
Notes for Signals and Systems
9.1 Periodic DT Signal Representation (Fourier Series)
Suppose x[n] is a real, periodic signal with fundamental period No and, of course, fundamental
frequency o 2 / N o . We choose a basis set of N o harmonically related dis
Notes for Signals and Systems
11.1 Introduction to the Unilateral Laplace Transform
From Chapter 10 it is clear that there is one main limitation on the use of the Fourier transform:
the signal must be such that the transform integral converges, or such t
Notes for Signals and Systems
10.1 Introduction to the CT Fourier Transform
If x(t ) is To -periodic, we can write the Fourier series description
X k e jk o t
x (t )
(10.1)
k
where
o
2 / To and
Xk
1
To
To / 2
x(t )e jk o t dt , k
0, 1, 2,
(10.2)
To / 2
Co
The Digital Abstraction
Andreas G. Andreou
where are we?
logic levels definitions
MOS transistor
NMOS and PMOS digital models
what does this all mean?
and back to layout
cross-section and zoom
MOS transistor layout
microwind
0.12 um CMOS process
more nota
520.216 Introduction to VLSI Systems Lecture 3
Integrated Circuits Fabrication and Very Large Scale Integration
520.216 Introduction to VLSI Systems
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Charges and Their Movement (I)
Electrons Ions
Where? Solids Liquids Gases and INTERFACES How? Drift / D
Lecture 8
Local and Global Interconnects
Introduction to VLSI Systems
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Modeling Interconnects capacitance of a single wire-
wires everywhere!
Modeling Interconnects capacitance of two wires-
Modeling Interconnects layout capacitance example-
Interconnect
520.216 Lecture 5 MOS Transistor Model
Andreas G. Andreou
520.216 Introductio to VLSI A.G. Andreou
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MOS transistor revisited (I)
From: Introduction to VLSI Mead and Conway
520.216 Introductio to VLSI A.G. Andreou
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MOS structure
520.216 Introductio to VL
Notes for Signals and Systems
6.1 CT LTI Systems and Convolution
The treatment of the continuous-time case parallels the discrete-time case, except that some facts
are more difficult to prove. It is easy to check that given a continuous-time signal h(t )
Notes for Signals and Systems
8.1 CT Fourier Series
Informally, the Fourier series representation involves writing a periodic signal as a linear
combination of harmonically-related sinusoids. This is a surprising yet familiar notion. For an
introduction b
520.345 Electrical and Computer Engineering Laboratory
Experiment No. 8
Schmitt Triggers and Voltage Controlled Oscillators
Lab assignment due at the beginning of your lab session on November 13th & 14th 2014
Introduction
Although operational amplifiers a
520.345 Electrical and Computer Engineering Laboratory
Experiment No. 4
Models for Bipolar Junction Transistors: Small Signal Analysis and the
Ebers-Moll Model
Report write-up is due at the beginning of your lab session on October 9th or 10th, 2014
1 Intr
Practical Exam Times
1 hour to perform the lab and demonstrate its operation
Bring your lab kit. We do not have any spares!
Make sure you sign up ASAP!
Laboratory Practical Exam
Lab #10 Formal Report due when you come in for the practical
exam this we
520.345 Electrical and Computer Engineering Laboratory
Experiment No. 0
Introduction to the Use of the Laboratory Equipment
1 Introduction
The purpose of this experiment is to familiarize the student with the use of the computer
controlled oscilloscope an
520.345 Electrical and Computer Engineering Laboratory
Experiment No. 1
High Pass, Low Pass, Band Pass, and Notch Filters
Lab report is due at the beginning of your lab section on 9/18-9/19
1 Introduction
The purpose of this experiment is to learn how to
520.345 Electrical and Computer Engineering Laboratory
Experiment No. 2
Semiconductor Diodes
Assignment from Experiment #2 is due at the beginning of your lab section on September 25th
or 26th.
1
Introduction
Semiconductor diodes, referred to as p-n junct
520.345 Electrical and Computer Engineering Laboratory
Experiment No. 3
Elementary Bipolar Junction Transistor Circuits
Lab report is due at the beginning of your lab section on October 2nd or 3rd.
1
Introduction
Bipolar junction transistors (BJTs) are tw
Notes for Signals and Systems
1.1 Mathematical Definitions of Signals
A continuous-time signal is a quantity of interest that depends on an independent variable, where
we usually think of the independent variable as time. Two examples are the voltage at a
Notes for Signals and Systems
3. 1 The Class of DT Exponential Signals
Consider a discrete-time signal
x[n] c ean
where both c and a are complex numbers, and, as usual, the integer index, or sample number,
covers the range
< n < . To more conveniently int
Introduction to VLSI Systems
Andreas G. Andreou
[email protected] Electrical and Computer Engineering Center for Language and Speech Processing Johns Hopkins University http:/www.ece.jhu.edu/faculty/andreou/AGA/index.htm
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