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2EI5 Microelectronic Devices & Circuits I
Winter 2006
Quiz 1 1/18/06
Consider the circuit shown below.
(a) Determine vO in terms of vin.
(b) Determine Rin.
(c) Comment on the utility of this circuit
(hint: what happens if R1 = R2 = v

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ECE 2EI4 Quiz 2
1) We have to choose an appropriate amplifier for a sensor application. The input voltage is 1.0
mV in series with a source resistance of 50 K. To obtain vID 0.99 mV , the input resistance of
the amplifier should s

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2EI5 Microelectronic Devices & Circuits I
Winter 2006
Quiz 3 3/23/06
For the circuit shown below, calculate IC and VCE. Assume = 100 and VA = . Also assume
VBEon = 0.7V and VBCon = 0.5V.
The following table summarizes equations requi

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2EI5 Microelectronic Devices & Circuits I
Winter 2006
Quiz 2 2/6/06
10 F
The op-amp used in the circuit shown has the
following non-idealities: VOS = 5 mV, supply
voltage limits of 10V, and maximum output
current of 1mA.
(a) For the

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ECE 2EI4 Quiz 4
Unless otherwise stated, assume = 100, VA = 100V for bipolar transistors.
1) In the circuit below, the op-amp has supply voltages of +10V. Otherwise, it is an ideal opamp. What is the output voltage waveform?
2
200

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2EI5 Microelectronic Devices & Circuits I
Winter 2008
Quiz 1 Version 1 1/28/08
Consider the circuit below:
(a) Using the real diode model, write a mesh equation for the current i1. The only unknowns
in the equation should be the mesh

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2EI5 Microelectronic Devices & Circuits I
Winter 2007
Quiz 1 1/25/07
(a) Determine all the currents and voltages in the circuit below. (6 points)
(b) Repeat the analysis if the polarity of D1 is reversed. (4 points)
Part a
First we n

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2EI5 Microelectronic Devices & Circuits I
Winter 2008
Quiz 1 Version 1 1/28/08
Consider the circuit below:
(a) Using the real diode model, write a nodal equation at node A. The only unknowns in the
equation should be the nodal voltag

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2EI5 Microelectronic Devices & Circuits I
Winter 2007
Quiz 2 2/13/07
In the circuit below, the MOSFET has K = 0.5 mA/V2, VT = 1V, = 0.
(a) Consider the case where R = 0 (i.e. short circuit). Determine VD and IDS. (3 points)
(b) Consi

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2EI5 Microelectronic Devices & Circuits I
Winter 2008
Quiz 4 Version 1 3/31/08
You may use the following formulas
1. NPN BJT:
Region of operation
Assume . . .
Cutoff
i B = iC = 0
v BE
Check . . .
< V BEon
v BC < V BCon
i B , iC 0
iC

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ECE 2EI4 Quiz 1
1) An 8 bit analog to digital converter has a reference voltage of Vref =10.24 V. If the input
voltage is 3.34 V, the corresponding output word and the sign of the quantization error are
a) 01010010, +ve
b) 0101010

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2EI5 Microelectronic Devices & Circuits I
Winter 2007
Quiz 3 3/29/07
In your work, you may use the equations gm = 2 KI D and ro
1
.
I D
In the circuit below, the MOSFET has K = 0.5 mA/V2, VT = -1V, = 0.
(a) What type of amplifier do

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2EI5 Microelectronic Devices & Circuits I
Winter 2008
Quiz 4 Version 1 3/31/08
You may use the following formulas
1. NPN BJT:
Region of operation
Assume . . .
Cutoff
i B = iC = 0
v BE
Check . . .
< V BEon
v BC < V BCon
i B , iC 0
iC

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ECE 2EI4 Quiz 3
1) We have to choose an appropriate amplifier for a sensor application. The input voltage is 1.0
mV in series with a source resistance of 50 K. To obtain vID 0.99 mV , the input resistance of
the amplifier should s

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2EI5 Microelectronic Devices & Circuits I
Winter 2008
Quiz 3 Version 1 3/17/08
'
'
Consider the circuit below. VTn = VTp = 1V , K n = 25A/V 2 , K p = 10A/V 2 , and
2
W W
= = .
L n L p 1
(a) What will be the switching threshold?
(i

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2EI5 Microelectronic Devices & Circuits I
Winter 2008
Quiz 3 Version 1 3/17/08
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Consider the circuit below. VTn = VTp = 1V , K n = 25A/V 2 , K p = 10A/V 2 , and
5
W W
= = .
L n L p 1
For an NMOSFET
K
2
(VGS VT ) for VGS 0; VDS