EE114/214A Autumn 1415
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Homework #1
(Due: Wednesday, October 01, 2014, 4pm PT)
You will not need (and should not use) Spice for any part of this problem set. Read Chapters
1 & 2 of the Murmann Text. Use simple long channel MOS mode
Lecture 10
Backgate Effect
Common Gate Stage
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The "Atoms" of Analog Circuit Design
Common
Source
Common
Gate
Common
Drain
As we've seen from the discu
Lecture 4
Operating Point Calculations
A Look at the Inner Workings of Spice
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Operating Point Calculations
Calculating the operating point in the amplifier
Lecture 3
Common Source Amplifier
SmallSignal Model
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Let's Build Our First Amplifier
One way to amplify
Convert input voltage to current using voltage co
EE114/ 214A
Fundamentals of Analog Integrated
Circuit Design
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EE114/214A Basics (1)
Tues/ Thurs 11am1215pm
Undergraduates must take EE114 for 4 units
Teac
Lecture 5
Gain and Biasing Considerations
Finite Output Resistance
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Common Source Amplifier Revisited
Interesting question
How much voltage gain can we ge
Lecture 2
MOSFET Long Channel Model
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Basic MOS Operation (1)
0V
0V
VD (>0V)
0V
With zero voltage at the gate, device is "off"
Backtoback reverse biased
Lecture 10
Backgate Effect
Common Gate Stage
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A. Arbabian, R. Dutton, B. Murmann
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L10 1
The "Atoms" of Analog Circuit Design
Common
Source
Common
Gate
Common
Drain
As we've seen from the discu
Lecture 9
Dominant Pole Approximation
ZeroValue Time Constant Analysis
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Motivation
Last lecture we saw that the Miller approximation is a very
useful
Lecture 8
Miller Approximation
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Analysis with Extrinsic Caps
Cgd
1
vi/Ri
Ri
+
vgs

Cgs
2
gmvgs
ro
R
Cdb
+
vo

Applying KCL at nodes 1 and 2, and solving
EE101B Spr 2011
Stanford University
Transfer Functions and Bode Plots
Transfer functions with phasors.
Magnitude and phase.
Filters.
Bode plots.
Poles and zeros.
Credits: Material assembled from E40 lectures
Supplemental Handout on Transfer Functions and
Problem 1
Channel length modulation does not affect the result in part a as long as ro is still large
compared to R. If ro is not very large compared to R, and if the DC Vin is fixed, then the
assumption that the current through 3R and R is equal will no
Lecture 4
Operating Point Calculations
A Look at the Inner Workings of Spice
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Operating Point Calculations
Calculating the operating point in the amplifier
Lecture 6
Intrinsic Capacitance
BandwidthSupply Current Tradeoff
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Common Source Amplifier Revisited
Interesting question
How fast can this circuit go?
R
Lecture 13
Current Mirrors
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Basic Analysis (=0)
II
VI
VO
M1
W/L
2Ii
Vgs = VI Vt +
W
Cox
L
IO
M2
W/L
1
W
2
C
V
V
(
)
t
IO 2 ox L GS
=
=1
I I 1 C W V V 2
( GS
Lecture 5
Gain and Biasing Considerations
Finite Output Resistance
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Common Source Amplifier Revisited
Interesting question
How much voltage gain can we ge
12 1
ee101b: Ideal feedback circuits
Lecture 12
ee101b: Ideal feedback circuits
EE101B
Department of Electrical Engineering
Stanford University
Prof. A. Arbabian
Prof. M. Hershenson
Prof. K.V. Shenoy
Classication of feedback congurations
Seriesshunt id
EE43 / Spring 13
Handout #2
EE43
Sinusoidal Circuit Analysis
Reference Hambley, Chapter 4.3 4.4, Chapter 5.1 5.7
Goal : To analyze circuit with capacitor and inductor under sinusoidal (AC)
excitation.
1. Impedance
If a sinusoidal voltage is applied to a c
EE114/214A Autumn 1415
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Homework #3
(Due: Thursday, October 16, 2014, 4pm PT)
Total points for this HW = 125 points, bonus points = 30 points
Suggested reading:
1) For a review of basic concepts, please refer to documents on freque
EE101B Spr 2011
Stanford University
Frequency Response: Background
Capacitors and Inductors .
Significance of sinusoidal waveforms.
Phasors and the use of complex numbers in analyzing
the frequency dependence of circuits.
Credits: Material assembled fr
Lecture 7
Extrinsic Capacitance
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Extrinsic Capacitance
Cov
Cov
Cjsb
Cjdb
Overlap capacitance
Gate to source and gate to drain
Junction capacitance
Sourc
Lecture 11
Common Drain Stage
(Source Follower)
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Common Drain Stage
Cgd+Cgb
gmbvo
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CD Voltage T
Lecture 26
Feedback and Port Impedances
Part III
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Using Feedback to Modify Port Impedances
As we have already seen in the twoport analysis, Feedback can
b
Lecture 25
Return Ratio (Introduction)
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Alternate Feedback Model
d
sin
b = A
$
sout '
sin
& sin
) A + d = sout
A (
%
d
A = A
+
1+ 1+
sout
1
A
Motivation
Lecture 24
OTA Feedback Circuits
(Part I)
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Classification of OpAmps (1)
Type
Operational Amplifier
Ideally a voltagecontrolled voltage source
Typic
Lecture 24
Feedback and Stability (Introduction)
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Stability
vi
a(s)
vo

A( s ) =
vo
a( s )
a( s )
=
=
vi 1 + a( s ) f ( s ) 1 + T ( s )
f(s)
Most general
EE114/214A Autumn 1617
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Homework #2
(Due: Thursday, October 13, 2016, 4pm PT)
Total points for this HW = 125 points, bonus points = 30 points
Heads up: Please get started on this HW as soon as possible and dont leave it for
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Homework #5
(Due: Thursday, November 10 , 2016, 4pm PT)
Total points for this HW = 125 points, bonus points = 32 points
Suggested reading:
1) For further reference, you may read the following sections
EE114/214A Autumn 1617
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Homework #3
(Due: Thursday, October 20, 2016, 4pm PT)
Total points for this HW = 130 points, bonus points = 30 points
Suggested reading:
1) For a review of basic concepts, please refer to documents on freque
Lecture 7
Extrinsic Capacitance
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Extrinsic Capacitance
Cov
Cov
Cjsb
Cjdb
Overlap capacitance
Gate to source and gate to drain
Junction capacitance
Sourc
EE114/214A Autumn 1617
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Homework #4
(Due: Thursday, October 27, 2016, 4pm PT)
Total points for this HW = 95 points, bonus points = 25 points
Suggested reading:
1) For further reference, you may read the following sections fr