Q.63 Which of the following cannot be a value of the probability of an event:
(a) 0.005
(b) Zero
(c) 1.5
(d) 1
Q.64 Based on past marketing data, there is 0.10 chance of selling more than 1000 new cars. The
statement is an example of:
(a) classical
(b) fr
EE382M-14 CMOS Analog Integrated Circuit Design
Lecture 3, MOS Capacitances Small Signal Models, and
Passive Components
MOS Capacitances
B (bulk)
p+
p- substrate
G (gate)
S (source)
D (drain)
n+
Leff
n+
LD
Ldrawn
MOS transistor capacitance types:
Depleti
Introduction to Verilog
Digital IC Design Flow
Verilog Coding (Text Editor)
Verification, i.e. system, timing, logic (Model Sim)
Behavioral synthesis
Structural specification, i.e. floor planning, place & route,
DRC/LVS
Physical synthesis, i.e. layout
Phy
Lecture #27
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Design Project: Your BJT design should meet the
performance specifications to within 10% at both 300K
and 360K.
( dc> 45, fT > 18 GHz, VA > 9 V and Vpunchthrough > 9 V )
OUTLINE
Short channel effect
Drain-induced barrier lowerin
MOSFET Capacitances
97.477 Lecture
January 13, 2003
Why this lecture is important.
We will use MOSFETs to design our circuits.
MOSFET capacitances tend to limit the
frequency response of circuits.
n
In order to predict the circuit frequency response, we
n
3. Short Channel Effects on MOS
Transistors.
Institute of
Microelectronic
Systems
Overview.
Short Channel
Devices.
Velocity Saturation
Effect.
Threshold Voltage
Variations.
Hot Carrier Effects.
Process Variations.
(Source: Jan M. Rabaey, Digital Inte
CHAPTER 8 FREQUENCY RESPONSE
Chapter Outline
8.1 Low-Frequency Response of the CS and CE Amplifiers
8.2 Internal Capacitive Effects and the High-Frequency Model
8.3 High-Frequency Response of the CS and CE Amplifiers
8.4 Tools for the Analysis of the High
Advanced VLSI Design
MOS Transistor Details
CMPE 640
Dynamic Behavior
The transient behavior of a pn-junction was dominated by:
The movement of excess minority carrier charge in the neutral zones.
The movement of space charge in the depletion region.
MO
CHAPTER 6
Frequency Response, Bode
Plots, and Resonance
1. State the fundamental concepts of Fourier
analysis.
2. Determine the output of a filter for a given
input consisting of sinusoidal components
using the filters transfer function.
ELECTRICAL
ENGINE
Lecture 210 1 Stage Frequency Response (1/10/02)
Page 210-1
LECTURE 210 DC ANALYSIS OF THE 741 OP AMP
(READING: GHLM 454-462)
Objective
The objective of this presentation is to:
1.) Identify the devices, circuits, and stages in the 741 operational amplifi
EE5321/EE7321
Semiconductor Devices and Circuits
Frequency Response Part1
ALP_Rotondaro
EE5321/EE7321
1
Impedance network transfer function
Impedance network transfer function:
Vout ( )
H( ) =
Vin ( )
where H(), Vout() and Vin() are phasors
1
j C
Vout (
PC
0
M
u
x
1
Write
data
MemData
Memory
Address
Instruction
[150]
Instruction
[2016]
Instruction
[2521]
Instruction
[31-26]
Memory
data
register
Instruction
[150]
Instruction
register
Op
[50]
0
M
u
x
1
0
M
Instruction u
x
[1511]
1
Instruction [250]
IRWrite
MIM capacitor
1
Dual MIM capacitor
Provides high
capacitance density.
Distance between layers
is very small. Dielectric
is also controlled similar
to MIM capacitor.
2
Vertical Natural Capacitor
Vertical natural capacitor is the
capacitance of parallel l
The uA741 Operational
Amplifier
Outline
Brief History
Stages
DC Bias Point Analysis
Small Signal Analysis
Concluding Remarks
Brief History
1964 Bob Widlar designs the first op-amp: the
702.
Using only 9 transistors, it attains a gain of over 1000
ECEN 607 (ESS)
Bandgap Reference: Basics
Thanks for the help provided by M. Mobarak ,Faramarz Bahmani
and Heng Zhang
1
Outline
Introduction
Temperature-independent reference
PTAT generator
Supply insensitive current source
Design example
2
Introduction
Co
Probability Distribution
1.
A manufacturing company uses an acceptance scheme on production items before they are shipped. The plan is atwostage one. Boxes of 25 are readied for shipment and a sample of 3 is tested for defectives. If any defectives re fou
Random Variables
1.
The random variable X has the probability density function:
f ( x)
3x k
;
0
x 1
Find the value of k? , E (x), V (x), Cumulative distribution function & P 1
4
x
3
4
2.
A discrete random variable has a Binomial distribution with paramete
Example # 01:
Consider following frequency distribution:
Class
18
19
20
21
22
Frequency
10
20
30
20
10
1. Find out Mean, Median, and Mode?
2. Find out Variance and standard deviation?
Solution:
For Median:
To find out median we always find median group fi
Chapter 1 Quiz:
Determine whether each statement is true or false. If the statement is false, explain why.
1. The height of President Lincoln is an example of a variable. (T)
2. The variable age is an example of a qualitative variable. (F) Quantitative
3.
Assignment on Probability
1) A standard deck of playing cards consists of 52 cards in four suits: clubs, diamonds,
hearts, and spades. Each suit has 13 cards, with denominations ace, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,
8, 9, 10, jack, queen, and king. The jack, queen, and
Lab Session 04
BE (EL)
Digital Signal Processing
Discrete-Time Convolution
OBJECTIVE:
The goal of this laboratory is to gain familiarity with the importance of Convolution
technique in signal processing and to also verify the different characteristics of
Lab Session 07
BE (EL)
Digital Signal Processing
Understanding of Time & Frequency Domain
OBJECTIVE: The goal of this laboratory is to develop the understanding of time and frequency
domains, their visualization and their usage.
INTRODUCTION:
Complex expo
Lab Session 03
BE (EL)
Digital Signal Processing
Effects of Quantization in Discrete Time Continuous Valued Signals
OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this lab is to observe the quantization effects on sampled signals and
to understand how quantization leads to qu
Lab Session 06
BE (EL)
Digital Signal Processing
Quadrature Signals: Complex, But Not Complicated
OBJECTIVE: The goal of this laboratory is to gain familiarity with complex numbers and their
use in representing sinusoidal signals such as () = cos(t + ) as
Lab Session 02
BE (EL)
Digital Signal Processing
Effects of Re-sampling in Discrete Time Signals
OBJECTIVE: The useful, and fascinating, process of sample rate conversion is a scheme for
changing the original sampling rate of a discrete signal after the s
Lab Session 05
BE (EL)
Digital Signal Processing
Discrete-Time Correlation
OBJECTIVE: In this laboratory, we will examine a discrete time correlation method which
is most widely used in signal processing for detection purposes.
INTRODUCTION:
Correlation i
WORKING ON TESTBENCH
BEHAVIORAL SIMULATION OF HDL MODULE
module gate_circuit (A1, A2, B1, B2, O);
input A1;
input A2;
input B1;
input B2;
We will create a testbench for
output o;
wire O1,O2;
and G1(O1, A1, A2);
and G2(O2,B1,B2);
nor G3(O,O1,O2);
endmodule