Lab I - CADENCE Tutorial
EEE 433/591
The objective of this lab is to learn CADENCE and design a simple Common
Source Amp and simulate the IV-Curves for the Basic Transistor.
CADENCE
Cadence ICFB (IC Front to Back environment) is a software package used fo
Analog Circuit Design Final Project _ Part II
Name: Han Lin ASU ID: 1206453322
The complete schematic
I used the amplifier which I designed in part 1.
For the buffer circuit, I designed it to eli
Chapter 1 Recommended Homework Problems
Course Book: Analog Integrated Circuit Design, 2nd Edition, Tony Carusone, David
Johns, and Kenneth Martin
Recommended Completion Date: Sept. 9, 2013 before class.
Note: Homework assignments are not collected or gra
Homework 4
Practice in Small-Signal Analysis
Recommended Completion Date: October 16, 2013
Note: Homework assignments are not collected or graded. They are intended for you to
enhance your knowledge, practice your circuit analysis, and highlight the most
Homework 2
Chapter 3 Recommended Homework Problems
Course Book: Analog Integrated Circuit Design, 2nd Edition, Tony Carusone, David
Johns, and Kenneth Martin
Recommended Completion Date: Sept. 18, 2013
Note: Homework assignments are not collected or grade
Quiz IV
a) Sketch the magnitude (in dB) and phase (in degrees) Bode plots for
the following transfer function:
H ( s)
10
s
1
100
b) A transfer function has the following zeros and poles:
one zero at s = 0 and one zero at s = ; one pole at s = -100 a
Waveform Calculator User Guide
RPN Mode
Derivative (deriv) Function
The deriv function computes the derivative of the buffer expression. You can plot the resulting
waveform.
1. Select deriv.
2. Enter the expression and closing parenthesis into the calcula
Lab #2 CS Theoretical Calculations
1. Start by picking a
2. Calculate the
value, about 5-10% of
of the NMOS
*Remember,
*
3. Write out the saturation current equation, and fill in everything you know so far. Youll
be left with two unknowns,
and ( ) . You c
EEE 433/591 Fall 2013
First Name: _
Last Name: _
Lab#1 Assignment
ASU ID: _
This is a guide to follow for submission of Lab 1.
TOTAL POINTS POSSIBLE: 100
Due Date: Friday, September 6 at 5:00pm. Electronic submission via
Blackboard only. No hard copies ac
Quiz 1
No Phones, 15 minutes, No cheat sheets
Please write the following at the Top of your paper:
LASTNAME, FIRSTNAME, ASU ID
Turn-in your Quiz as you exit the classroom
1
Quiz 1
(a) Verify [show] that when VDS=Veff is used in the
triode equation for a M
EEE 433 Sample Exam I Analog Circuit Design Fall 2013
Closed Notes & Books
Note: The exam will be closed books, closed notes. I will hand out the Formula sheet in
the class. The focus will be on small signal model, CS amp, and Diff amp (to the end of
what
Name: I
Exam #1 Spring 2013
BEE 433 February 14, 2013
Closed book, notes, one 8.5 X 11 crib sheet and calculator are allowed. Show all
work and include units for all numerical answers. State allassumptions and p lease
circle the ﬁnal answers where approp
Name:
Exam #2 a Spring 2013
tuus433 7 .Apﬁ19,2013
Closed book, notes, two 8.5 x 11 crib sheet and calculator are allowed. Show all
work and include units for all numerical answers. State all assumptions and glease
circle the ﬁnal answers where approgriat
Quiz III
Assume that the transistor M1 has transconductance of gm1
and drain-to-source resistance of rds1. Assume that the device
is biased in active region.
a)Derive the low-frequency small-signal gain (Vout/Vin) for the
amplifier shown in the figure bel
Homework 5
Practice in Small-Signal Analysis for Differential Amplifiers
Recommended Completion Date: November 07, 2013
Note: Homework assignments are not collected or graded. They are intended for you to
enhance your knowledge, practice your circuit anal
FREQUENCY RESPONSE
EEE433/591: Week 9
10/21/2013 CLASS CANCELED
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Announcements
NO CLASS ON MONDAY
Quiz will be held on Wednesday (Oct 23) instead of
Monday.
Please review this document, and the embedded Bo
R'+R3
For: A, = 100 V/v. A = 10‘. R. = 1m
4
100: '0
4 lK
x_
|+l0 IK+RZ
1 5
—>l+ "0 =10'
l0’+R2
—) R2 = 100.01 k!)
If we use the approximate result for/1 > 1
R1
= +—- =99kn
[00 l lK—)R2
lf RI is removed:
:1
VF=V0—)B=l—>A,=1+A
10.25 (a) if R2 and RI are