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TUTORIAL CADENCE DESIGN ENVIRONMENT
Antonio J. Lopez Martin [email protected] Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering New Mexico State University October 2002
Cadence Design Environment
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3D Nano System Lab
Graduate Institute of Electronics Engineering, National Taiwan University
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How to Draw An Inverter Circuit
How to Draw An Inverter Circuit
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3D Nano System Lab
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MOS Operational Amplifier Design
A Tutorial Overview
PAUL
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IEEE, AND ROBERT
G. MEYER,
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Designing Analog and RF Circuits
for Ultra-Low Supply Voltages
Peter R. Kinget
Dept. of Electrical Eng ineer ing,
Columb ia Univ ersity, New York, NY 10027, USA.
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Designing 1-V Op Amps Using Standard
Digital CMOS Technology
Benjamin J. Blalock, Phillip E. Allen, Fellow, IEEE, and Gabriel A. Rincon-Mora
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A One-Volt, 120-pW,1-MHz OTA for Standard CMOS Technology
Benjamin J . Blalock'
Phillip E . Allen2
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta. GA 30332-0250. USA
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Analog Integrated Circuits
Jieh-Tsorng Wu
6 de febrero de 2003
1. Introduction
Complete Small-Signal Model with Extrinsic
Components
2. PN Junctions and Bipolar Junction Transistors
Typical values of Extrinsic Components
PN Junctions
3. MOS Transistors
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Impedance Matching
Iulian Rosu, YO3DAC / VA3IUL, http:/www.qsl.net/va3iul/
Reactance and LC Resonance
Reactance X is a measure of the opposition to the current of Capacitance C and Inductance L.
Reactance is measured in ohms and varies with the frequency
ECE 264A: Analog Integrated Circuits and Systems I
February 12, 2013
Ian Galton
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Due: Tuesday, February 19, 2013
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ECE 264A: Analog Integrated Circuits and Systems I
January 22, 2013
Ian Galton
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Due: Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Problems:
1. This problem relates to the following differential amplifier circuit. You may assume that all
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Noise and Radiating Systems
The greatest enemy of a good plan is the dream of a perfect plan
Prussian General Clausewitz
Every communications system will suffer some limitation on the maximum distance for
information transmission. This is due to a combi
Cadence Tutorial
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This tutorial provides an introduction to analog circuit design and simulation with Cadence, and
covers the features that are relevant for the homework assignments. The tutorial is divided into the
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these particular positions. Stress design work and
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Technical Report #USC 03-0511
Electronic Noise Characterization
Part II: Circuit Noise Characteristics
Dr. John Choma
Professor of Electrical Engineering
Scholar in Residence, Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems Electronics Center
University of Southern
Technical Report #USC 02-0511
Electronic Noise Characterization
Part I: System Concepts and Theory
Dr. John Choma
Professor of Electrical Engineering
Scholar in Residence, Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems Electronics Center
University of Southern Cali
ECE 265A Final Examination Fall 2005 Please answer all questions in a UCSD Examination book. Sign this exam, and place it inside the exam book when you are done. Return both the exam and your answers at the end of the exam. We will not grade your exam if
ECE 265A Midterm Fall 2005
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Problems: 7.15,
7.42
Matlab Problem:
In this assignment, we will examine the design of digital FIR. We wish to design
a digital filter with the following specifications: passband from 0 to
0.5pi,stopband from 0.6pi to pi. The passband ripple should not e
ECE 161A
Homework 7
Due on Thursday 12/6/2012
Problems 1-3: 5.12, 5.53, 7.29
Problem 4: Design a IIR filter to match the specs in 7.16, Use Butterworth analog filters
and bilinear transformation. Do not use the Matlab programs for filter design for this
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8.2
Intuitively, the set of frequencies present in x ~[n] (that are seen as coefficients of DFS) will be same
regardl ess of whether it is looked as a periodic sequence of period N or 3N. As period goes from N to 3N,
the frequency corresponding to X3[3k]
Homework 4 : Due Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012
Textbook problems:
8.2, 8.6, 8.8, 8.9, 8.36
Matlab:
For problem 8.6, support the theory using Matlab experiments.
a) Choose number of samples to be N = 1024, and omega_0= .3 pi, Plot the DFT (magnitude)
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