CHAPTER 9 FEEDBACK
Chapter Outline
9.1 The General Feedback Structure
9.2 Some Properties of Negative Feedback
9.3 The Four Basic Feedback Topologies
9.4 The Feedback Voltage Amplifier (Series-Shunt)
9.5 The Feedback Transconductance Amplifier (Series-Ser
Module 7 : I/O PADs
Lecture 33 : I/O PADs
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following
Introduction
Electrostatic Discharge
Output Buffer
Tri-state Output Circuit
Latch-Up
Prevention of Latch-Up
33.1 Introduction
Pad cells surround the re
Module 6 : Semiconductor Memories
Lecture 30 : SRAM and DRAM Peripherals
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following
Introduction
SRAM and its Peripherals
DRAM and its Peripherals
30.1 Introduction
Even though a lot of the concepts here hav
Module 6 : Semiconductor Memories
Lecture 27 : Basics of Seminconductor Memories
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following
Introduction
Memory Classification
Memory Architechtures and Building Blocks
Introduction to Static and Dynamic RA
Module 4 : Propagation Delays in MOS
Lecture 17 : Pseudo NMOS Inverter
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following
Introduction
Different Configurations with NMOS Inverter
Worries about Pseudo NMOS Inverter
Calculation of Capacitive Load
1
Module 6 : Semiconductor Memories
Lecture 29 : Basics Of DRAM Cell And Access Time Consideration
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following
DRAM Basics
Differential Operation In Dynamic RAMs
DRAM Read Process With Dummy Cell
Operation Of
Module 5 : Power Disipation in CMOS Circuits
Lecture 26 : Power Disipation in CMOS Circuits
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following
Motivation
Effect of Power Disipation
How to Reduce Temperature
Components of Power Disipation
Static
Module 4 : Propagation Delays in MOS
Lecture 25 : Designing Asymmetric Logic Gates
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following
Brief Introduction to Asymmetric Logic Gates
Application of Asymmetric Logic Gates
Analyzing Delays
Pseudo NMOS
Module 4 : Propagation Delays in MOS
Lecture 22 : Logical Effort Calculation of few Basic Logic Circuits
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following
Introduction
Logical Effort of an Inverter
Logical Effort of NAND Gate
Logical Effort of N
Module 4 : Propagation Delays in MOS
Lecture 24 : Methods for Reduction of Delays in Mutlistage Logic
Networks
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following
Effect of Using Wrong Number of Stages
Dynamic Latch
Carry Propagation Gate
Dynamic
Module 4 : Propagation Delays in MOS
Lecture 23 : Logical Effort of Multistage Logic Networks
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following
Logical Effort of Multistage Logic Networks
Minimizing Delay along a Path
Few Examples
23.1 Logical Ef
Module 4 : Propagation Delays in MOS
Lecture 21 : Logical Effort
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following
Motivation for Logical Effort
Definition of Logical Effort
Delay in a Logical Gate
21.1 Motivation for Logical Effort
Here, we are
Module 4 : Propagation Delays in MOS
Lecture 16 : Propagation Delay Calculation of CMOS Inverter
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following
Few Definitions
Quick Estimates
Rise and Fall times Calculation
16.1 Few Definitions
Before calcula
Module 6 : Semiconductor Memories
Lecture 31 : Semiconductor ROMs
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following
Introduction to Semiconductor Read Only Memory (ROM)
NOR based ROM Array
NAND based ROM Array
31.1 Introduction
Read only memories
Module 1 : Introduction to VLSI Design
Lecture 1 : Motivation of the Course
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following:
Motivation of the course
Course Objectives
1.1 Motivation of the course
Why do some circuits work the first time and som
CHAPTER 10 OPERATIONAL-AMPLIFIER CIRCUITS
Chapter Outline
10.1 The Two-Stage CMOS Op Amp
10.2 The Folded-Cascode CMOS Op Amp
10.3 The 741 Op-Amp Circuit
10.4 DC Analysis of the 741
10.5 Small-Signal Analysis of the 741
10.6 Gain, Frequency Response, and S
RF Basics, RF for Non-RF Engineers
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Agenda
Basics Basic Building Blocks of an RF System RF Parameters and RF Measurement Equipment Support / getting starte
Module 3 : Fabrication Process and Layout Design Rules
Lecture 12 : CMOS Fabrication Technologies
Objectives
In this course you will learn the following
Introduction
Twin Well/Tub Technology
Silicon on Insulator (SOI)
N-well/P-well Technology
12.1 Int
Module 2 : MOSFET
Lecture 7: Advanced Topics
Objectives
In this course you will learn the following
Motivation for Scaling
Types of Scaling
Short channel effect
Velocity saturation
7.1 Motivation for Scaling
The reduction of the dimensions of a MOSFET
Module 2 : MOSFET
Lecture 8 : Short Channel Effects
Objectives
In this course you will learn the following
Motivation
Mobility degradation
Subthreshold current
Threshold voltage variation
Drain induced barrier lowering (DIBL)
Drain punch through
Ho
Module 3 : Fabrication Process and Layout Design Rules
Lecture 9 : Introduction to Fabrication Process
Objectives
In this course you will learn the following
Motivation
Photolithography
Fabrication Process
9.1 Motivation
In the previous module, we did
Module 2 : MOSFET
Lecture 3 : Introduction to MOSFET
Objectives
In this course you will learn the following:
Basic MOS Structure
Types of MOSFET
MOSFET I-V Modelling
3.1 Basic MOSFET Structure
In the introduction to a system, we got an overview of vari
Module 2 : MOSFET
Lecture 6 : MOSFET I-V characteristics
Objectives
In this course you will learn the following
Derivation of I-V relationship
Channel length modulation and body bias effect
6.1 derivation of I-V relationship
In this section, the relatio
Module 2 : MOSFET
Lecture 4 : MOS Capacitor
Objectives
In this course you will learn the following
MOS as Capacitor
Modes of operation
Capacitance calculation of MOS capacitor
4.1 MOS as Capacitor
Refering to fig. 4.1, we can see there is an oxide laye
Module 2 : MOSFET
Lecture 5 : MOS Capacitor (Contd.)
Objectives
In this course you will learn the following
Threshold Voltage Calculation
C-V characteristics
Oxide Charge Correction
5.1 Threshold Voltage Calculation
Threshold voltage is that gate volta
Module 1 : Introduction to VLSI Design
Lecture 2 : System approach to VLSI Design
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following:
What is System?
Design Abstraction Levels
Delay and Interconnect Issues in physical circuits
2.1 What is System?
Module 6 : Semiconductor Memories
Lecture 32 : Few special Examples of Memories
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following
Non-Volatile READ-WRITE Memory
The Floating Gate Transistor
Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory (EPROM)
Electric
Module 4 : Propagation Delays in MOS
Lecture 20 : Analyzing Delay in few Sequential Circuits
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the delays in following circuits
Motivation
Negative D-Latch
S-R Latch using NOR Gates
Simple Latch using two Invert