University of California, Berkeley
College of Engineering
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
Homework #4
Due in class on Tuesday, 29th September 2015
Fall 2015:
EE 130 / EE 230A
Dr. Sam Emaminejad
Sujay Desai
Problem 1: Metal-semic
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
College of Engineering
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
EE 130/230M
Spring 2013
Prof. King & Dr. Xu
Solution to Homework Assignment #3
Problem 1: Non-Uniformly Doped Semiconductor
a) Equilibrium condition
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
College of Engineering
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
EE 130/230M
Spring 2013
Prof. Liu & Dr. Xu
Homework Assignment #9 Solution
Problem 1: Qualitative MOS C-V Curves
The C-V curves measured for two MOS
2.4 MATLAB Laboratory Experiment on Signals
Purpose: This experiment introduces the graphical representation of common signals used in linear systems. Time
shifting, time scaling, signal addition, and signal multiplication will also be demonstrated. It is
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
College of Engineering
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
EE 130/230M
Spring 2013
Prof. Liu and Dr. Xu
Homework Assignment #4
Due at the beginning of class on Thursday, 2/21/13
Problem 1: Metal-semiconducto
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
College of Engineering
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
EEW230A
Prof. Liu
Module 4 Problem Set
Problem 1: MOS Capacitor Energy Band Diagrams
Consider an ideal MOS capacitor maintained at T = 300K with the
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
College of Engineering
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
EE 130/230M
Spring 2013
Prof. King & Dr. Xu
Solution to Homework Assignment #4
Problem 1: Metal-semiconductor energy-band diagrams
From Lecture 7 Sl
EE 130/230A
Integrated Circuit Devices
Lecture 13
Prof. Sayeef Salahuddin
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, UC
Berkeley, sayeef@eecs.berkeley.edu
Metal-Semiconductor
Contacts
Two kinds of metal-semiconductor contacts:
metal on li
EE-130/230A, Spring 2014
HW 7
Due in the beginning of class on 4/1/2014
Problem 1: [10pts] [Ex 8.1, Hu]
A Silicon PNP BJT with NE=5x1018 cm-3, NB=1017 cm-3 and Nc=1015 cm-3 and WB=3m is at kept at
equilibrium at room temperature.
(a) Sketch the energy ban
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
College of Engineering
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
EE 130 / EE 230M
Spring 2013
Prof. Liu and Dr. Xu
Homework Assignment #2
Due at the beginning of class on Thursday, 2/7/13
Problem 1: Density of Sta
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
College of Engineering
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
EE 130 / EE 230A
Fall 2013
Prof. Liu
Homework Assignment #1
Due at the beginning of class on Thursday, 9/3/13
Problem 1: Moores law
Read Gordon Moor
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MOS Transistor
CHAPTER OBJECTIVES
This chapter provides a comprehensive introduction to the modern MOSFETs in their on
state. (The off state theory is the subject of the next chapter.) It covers th
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Electrons and Holes
in Semiconductors
CHAPTER OBJECTIVES
This chapter provides the basic concepts and terminology for understanding
semiconductors. Of particular importance are the concepts of ene
7.9 MATLAB Experiment on Continuous-Time Systems
Purpose: In this experiment, we analyze time responses of a real physical system using MATLAB. We study
impulse, step, and sinusoidal responses of the yaw rate dynamics under the inuence of the rudder for a
8.7.1 State Space Analysis of an Inverted Pendulum
Part 1. The linearized equations of the inverted pendulum, obtained by assuming that the pendulum mass is
concentrated at its center of gravity [15, 16] are given by
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7.10 MATLAB Experiment on Discrete-Time Systems
Purpose: In this experiment, we analyze time responses of a higher-order linear discrete-time system using
MATLAB. We study system impulse, step, and sinusoidal responses. In addition, system internal and BI
6.6 MATLAB Laboratory Experiments on Convolution
Purpose: In this section we design two experiments dealing with continuous- and discrete-time convolutions and
their applications to linear continuous- and discrete-time dynamic systems. The purpose of the
8.7.2 Response of Continuous Systems in State Space
Part 1. Consider a continuous-time linear system represented by its transfer function
(a) Find and plot the impulse response. Use the MATLAB function impulse.
(b) Find and plot the step response usin
11.5 MATLAB Laboratory Experiment on Circuits
Consider the electrical circuit presented in Figure 11.18. Assume that all resistors in the circuit are
, the
inductors
, and the capacitors
. Assume that the circuit has been under the constant voltage input
EE-130/230A, Spring 2014
HW 5
Due in the beginning of class on 3/04/2014
u_ch04v4.fm Page 150 Friday, February 13, 2009 5:54 PM
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Problem 1[20 pts] Consider a silicon pn junction at T=300K with a p-type doping concentration
3
of N =1018/cmMetalSemicondu
EE-130/230A, Spring 2014
HW 2
Due in the beginning of class on 2/11/2014
Question 1. [10 pts]
A Si sample is doped with 1014 boron atoms per cm3.
(a) What are the carrier concentrations in the Si sample at 300k?
(b) What are the carrier concentrations at
EE-130/230A, Fall 2014
HW 3
Due in the beginning of class on 2/18/2014
Problem 1: [10 pts]In an n-type Si, doped to 1017cm-3, the electron concentration varies linearly
from 1018cm-3 to 1017cm-3 over a distance of 0.1 cm. Calculate the current density at
EE-130/230A, Fall 2014
HW 6
Due in the beginning of class on 03/18/2014
Problem 1[20 pts] Consider a Metal Semiconductor Schottky diode is fabricated with PtSi
contact and a p-doped Si (NA=1018cm-3).
(a) Draw the energy band diagram
(b) Draw the profile o
Linear Systems and Signals Laboratory at Rutgers University
332: 347 Linear Systems and Signals Laboratory (1 cr.) Fall 2003
Lab Supersisor: Professor Zoran Gajic, ofce ELE 222, tel. 53415, email: gajic@ece.rutgers.edu
Textbook: Zoran Gajic, Linear Dynami
9.8 Laboratory Experiment on Signal Processing
Purpose: By performing this experiment, the student will receive a better understanding of the use and power of the
FFT algorithm in evaluating the corresponding discrete (time) Fourier transforms, continuous
12.7 Laboratory Experiment on Control Systems
Problem: A Pitch Controller for a BOEING Aircraft
The linearized equations governing the motion of a commercial aircraft, obtained by using the linearization
methodology presented in Section 8.6, are given [10
8.7.3 Response of Discrete Systems in State Space
Part 1. Consider a discrete-time linear system represented by its transfer function
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(a) Find the impulse response using the MATLAB function dimpulse.
(b) Find the step response using the function dst
10.7 Communication Systems Laboratory Experiment
Purpose: MATLAB and Simulink ([5], see also Appendix D) are convenient tools for studying ows of signals
in any system, including communication systems. This is particularly important when analytical expres