CHAPTER 4
INTEGRATED OPTIC WAVEGUIDES
4.1
From Fig. 45, d/ is close to 1 at an angle of 85o for the TE0 mode at 0.82 m.
Calculation shows that d/ is 1.033. Thus d = 0.847 m.
h = (2 /) n1cos = 2.4 x 10 6 radian/m
range of y in the film: d/2 < y < d/2, 0
EEE 425/591, ASU
Fall 2014, Yu (Kevin) Cao
Homework #3
Due Wednesday, October 22nd, 3:00pm, submitted to me in class.
The objective of this homework is to practice (1) logical efforts, and (2) passgate logic design.
For the problems in the homework, assu
Lab#1: CADENCE Simulations, CS Amp
Objective
The objective of this section is to learn Cadence and understand how to simulate DC, AC, and
transient circuit behavior.
Schematic Diagram Basics: Consider the CS amp shown (See CADENCE tutorial), and draw
the
EEE 425/591, ASU
Fall 2014, Yu (Kevin) Cao
Homework #6
Due Monday, December 1st, 3:00pm, submitted to me in class.
The objective of this homework is to go over the design of sequential circuits and related
concepts of timing.
Design of sequential circuits
EEE 591 Homework #6 Solutions 4.4 Show that the input impedance, Z, of a parallel RLC circuit satisfies the condition that Z Z * . Solution: For a parallel RLC circuit, we have
Z 1 1 1 j C R j L
2
jLR 2 L2 R jLR 2 1 2 LC 2 R 1 2 LC jL R 2 1 2 LC 2 L2
Z
EEE 425/591, ASU
Fall 2014, Yu (Kevin) Cao
Homework #2
Due Wednesday, October 8th, 3:00pm, submitted to me in class.
The objective of this homework is to practice (1) the characteristics of transistor and inverter, and
(2) circuit layout.
1. Transistor pa
EEE 425/591, ASU
Fall 2014, Yu (Kevin) Cao
Homework #4
Due Wednesday, November 12nd, 3:00pm, submitted to me in class.
The objective of this homework is to exercise the design of dynamic logic.
Logic styles and power
In this problem, you need to implement
Simbeor Application Note #2008_06, September 2008
2008 Simberian Inc.
Modeling frequencydependent
dielectric loss and dispersion for
multigigabit data channels
Simberian, Inc.
www.simberian.com
Simbeor: EasytoUse, Efficient and CostEffective electro
EEE 425/591, ASU
Fall 2014, Yu (Kevin) Cao
Homework #4
Logic styles and power
X1
X
F
(a)
F
X1
X2
Y1
Z
F
(b)
X2
Y2
(c)
For the static implementation: the probability (P) of power consumption = P(01)=P(0)P(1).
Therefore, in (a):
Node X: P(X: 01) = 0.56 (10
EEE 425/591, ASU
Fall 2014, Yu (Kevin) Cao
Homework #2: Solution
13
1. (a) Cox ox 3.45 108 3.83 10 7 F cm 2
tox
90 10
tox must be expressed in the units of cm since ox is provided in the units of F/cm.
W
(b) n n Cox n 560 3.83 10 7 8 1.715 10 3 A V 2
Ln
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EEE 425/591: Digital Systems and Circuits
L26: Interconnect (II)
Fall 2014, ASU
Yu (Kevin) Cao, [email protected], GWC 336
Highlight
Clock distribution
Timing, buffers, and clock quality
Power supply network
Reading: Chapter 4, 9, and 10
EEE425/591, ASU
EEE 425/591: Digital Systems and Circuits
L22: Timing Issues
Fall 2014, ASU
Yu (Kevin) Cao, [email protected], GWC 336
Highlight
Timing definitions
Delay, setup (tsu) and hold (thold) time
FlipFlop
Latch
Sequential logic construction
Register (flipf
EEE 425/591, ASU
Fall 2014, Yu (Kevin) Cao
Homework #5
Timing in Latch Design
a. For setup time, use the falling edge; for the hold time, use the falling edge too.
b. When CL = 2fF
TC2Q is 43 ps and TD2Q is 29.9ps
Setup violation is shown as below:
Using
EEE 425/591, ASU
Fall 2014, Yu (Kevin) Cao
Homework #5
Due Monday, November 24th, 3:00pm, submitted to me in class.
The objective of this homework is to test the design of sequential circuits and understand the
timing issues. Please only answer the Questi
Agilent
Solutions for Measuring Permittivity
and Permeability with LCR Meters and
Impedance Analyzers
Application Note 13691
Solutions for Measuring Permittivity and Permeability
with LCR Meters and Impedance Analyzers
Application Note 13691
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Intro
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High Frequency Design
MICROWAVE MATERIALS
Understanding Dielectric
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PCB Materials
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IPCTM650
TEST METHODS MANUAL
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HIGH FREQUENCY TEST
METHODS
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1 MHz TWO FLUID CELL
METHOD
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Measures capacitance of air, air + sample,
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HW 2
Consider the following fournode network as shown in Figure 1.
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3
4
Fig. 1. A fournode network
(1) Compute the rank vector r that solves the flow equation r = Mr.
(2) Given = 0.8, calculate the rank vector r that solves
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[1.] Consider the singlequeue discuss in class (arrival before departure, infinite buffer).
But now assume the arrival probability depends on the queue length such that (t) =
if Q(t) 2, and (t) = /2 if Q(t) > 2. This can be viewed as a queuing system
Lecture 2
Review of Basic Opamp
Skiaei 433 ASU
Small Signal characteristics of an
amplifier:
Small Signal Input and Output Impedance:
Small Signal Voltage/Current Gain Av
Short Circuit Current Gain
Transconductance Gain Gm
Transresistance Gam R