Chapter #8: Differential
and Multistage Amplifiers
from Microelectronic Circuits
by Sedra and Smith
Oxford University Publishing
Microelectronic Circuits by Adel S. Sedra and Kenneth C. Smith
IN THIS CHAPT
EENG 3520 Final Project Requirnent
1. Please schedule a time to present your final project before 12/12/2014.
You need to present your simulation results, or your working circuit.
Also, each team member will be asked several questions to test their unders
1.A class B output stage is required to deliver an average power of 100 W into a 16- load. The
power supply should be 4 V greater than the corresponding peak sine-wave output voltage.
Determine the power-supply voltage required (to the nearest volt in the
1. The non-inverting buffer op-amp configuration shown below provides a direct implementation of
the feed-back loop. Assuming that the op amp has infinite input resistance and zero output
resistance, what is ? If A 1000, what is the closed-loop voltage ga
1. The differential amplifier uses transistors with =100VT = 25 mV. Please calculate the following
(1) The overall differential voltage gain vod/ vsig (neglect the effect of ro).
(2) The worst-case common-mode gain if the two collector resistances are acc