1. True or False Questions
For each of the following statements, state T for true or F for false. No explanation necessary. A
statement is false if any part of the statement is wrong. (10 pts in total, correct answers are worth +2 pts,
while incorrect ans
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EEE 335 - Final Practice Questions
Spring 2016 ONLINE Name:
* Digital Circuits *
1. (40 pts) For the circuit below, you are given that VVI = 1.5 um, W2 = 1 um, and
L1 = L2 = me. At t
Home Work (30 points)
EEE 333
Finite State Machine
Design Traffic Lights
It is often useful to be able to sequence through an arbitrary number of states, staying in each state an
arbitrary amount of time. For example, consider the set of traffic lights sh
EEE 335 Midterm Exam 2
Fall 2015
Exam Time: 70 minutes
Show your work to receive any partial credit. State all of your assumptions.
Print legibly! Circle your final answer.
1 Double-sided 8.5x11 is allowed. Basic calculator with log functionality.
No Cell
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EEE 335: Analog and Digital Circuits
Section 0: Admin
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and Computer Engineering
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Exam #1 Spring 16
EEE 335 March 1,2016
Closed book, notes, two 8.5 x 11 crib sheet and calculator are allowed. Show all
work and include units for all numerical answers. State all assumptions and please
circle the nal answers where appropriate.
Unless
EEE 335 Midterm Exam 1
Fall 2015
Exam Time: 70 minutes
Show your work to receive any partial credit. State all of your assumptions.
Print legibly! Circle your final numerical answer.
1 Double-sided 8.5x11 is allowed. Basic calculator with log functionalit
EEE 335 Midterm Exam 1
Fall 2015
Exam Time: 70 minutes
Show your work to receive any partial credit. State all of your assumptions.
Print legibly! Circle your final numerical answer.
1 Double-sided 8.5x11 is allowed. Basic calculator with log functionalit
Problem 4: Small Signal Analysis
(35 points)
(a = 10pts, b = 15pts, c = 5pts, d = 5pts)
Consider the circuit of Fig. 4A, where Rout is the circuits output resistance. Assume that both transistors
are biased in saturation and have small signal parameters g
EEE335 Analog and Digital Circuits Fall 2013
Lab #2
Inverter Simulation (contd Lab 1)
Objective: The objective of this lab is to get more familiar with Cadence and perform
inverter simulation based on the inverter schematic of lab 1.
Please read the entir
EEE335 Analog and Digital Circuits Fall 2013
Lab # 4: Design and Analysis of Common Source Amplifier with Active Load
Preface to Lab #4
1. Please follow the instructions carefully and hopefully youll be successful.
2. Please use the items in the below (in
EEE335 Analog and Digital Circuits Fall 2013
Lab # 5: The design of a differential amplifier with passive loads,
using ideal and non ideal current sources
Learning Goal:
In lab is youll become familiar with the operation of a differential amplifier by way
EEE335 Analog and Digital Circuits Fall 2013
Lab #3
Design and Analysis of CMOS Gates
Objective: The objective of this lab is to design and develop a library of 3 basic gates. In this lab youll
design a 2-input NAND, 2 input NOR, and a NOT gate (Inverter)
EEE 360
Chapter 1:
Electric Power Systems
Electric Power Systems
Major Components
and Structures
Electric Power Systems
The purpose of the electric power system is to
generate, transmit and distribute electrical energy.
Usually a three-phase alternating
EEE 335 2016 Spring
HW #1
Due January 21, at the end of the lecture
The problem sets are selected from the textbook A.S. Sedra and K.C. Smith, Microelectronic
Circuits, 6th Edition, Oxford University Press.
1. 15pts (5pts for each question)
2. 25pts
3. 20
EEE 335 2016 Spring
HW #2
Due February 2, at the end of the lecture
The problem sets are selected from the textbook A.S. Sedra and K.C. Smith, Microelectronic
Circuits, 6th Edition, Oxford University Press.
1. (15pts) (5pts for each question) (Hint: the v
Arizona State University
EEE 335: Analog and Digital Circuits
Section 5: Memory Circuits
Shimeng Yu
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering
and Computer Engineering
[email protected]
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2/11/2016
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EEE 335 2016 Spring
HW #3
February 9, at the end of the lecture
The problem sets are selected from the textbook A.S. Sedra and K.C. Smith, Microelectronic
Circuits, 6th Edition, Oxford University Press.
1. 20pts
2. 30pts
3. 20pts (5pts for each circuit)
4
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EEE 335: Analog and Digital Circuits
Section 3: Combinational Logic Gates
Shimeng Yu
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering
and Computer Engineering
[email protected]
http:/faculty.engineering.asu.edu/shimengyu/
1/27/2016
Sc
Arizona State University
EEE 335: Analog and Digital Circuits
Section 2: Inverter
Shimeng Yu
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering
and Computer Engineering
[email protected]
http:/faculty.engineering.asu.edu/shimengyu/
1/13/2016
School of Electrica
Arizona State University
EEE 335: Analog and Digital Circuits
Section 1: MOSFET I-V Model
Shimeng Yu
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering
and Computer Engineering
[email protected]
http:/faculty.engineering.asu.edu/shimengyu/
1/11/2016
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EEE335 Lab 2
Name: Ho Yin Tang
ASU ID: 1208157011
Inverter DC Hand Analysis
Inverter DC simulation
DC Conclusion and Comparison
On this part of lab, I learn how to use the shortcut key in cadence 5. Comparing the
hand calculation and simulation value, the
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EEE 335: Analog and Digital Circuits
Section 4: Sequential Logic Circuits
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Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering
and Computer Engineering
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2/9/2016
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EEE335 Lab report3
Name: Ho Yin Tang
ID: 1208157011
Inverter Wp Hand Calulation
Inverter Symbol
Inverter Simulation for Wp
When the p_width = 1.521um, Rising time=Falling time, and the p_width = 1.3um,
Tphl=Tplh. The cross-point on the top means at this p
Unit #5
Chapter #10.6.1:
High Frequency Response of
Source Follower (CD) Amplifier
Lecture 31
from Microelectronic Circuits Text
by Sedra and Smith
Oxford Publishing
7.3.6. The Source Follower
Recall the SF amplifier is used as
a voltage buffer to increa
Unit #6
Chapters #8 and #9:
Multistage and Differential
Amplifiers
from Microelectronic Circuits Text
by Sedra and Smith
Oxford Publishing
Introduction
IN THIS UNIT YOU WILL LEARN ABOUT
The midband operation of the cascode amplifier
Increasing gain wit
Unit #5
Chapter #10.4:
Method of Open Circuit Time
Constants
Lecture 29
from Microelectronic Circuits Text
by Sedra and Smith
Oxford Publishing
10.3.4 High Frequency Response
Example with Zeros and Poles
We saw in section 10.3.4, an example high frequenc
Unit #5
Chapter #10.4:
Tools for High Frequency
Response Analysis
Lecture 28
from Microelectronic Circuits Text
by Sedra and Smith
Oxford Publishing
10.4.1 High-frequency Gain Function
The linear amplifier gain can
always be expressed as a
function of th
Unit #5
Chapter #10.5.1:
High Frequency Response of
CG Amplifier
Lecture 30
from Microelectronic Circuits Text
by Sedra and Smith
Oxford Publishing
8.4.1. The Common Gate
Recall the CG amplifier is used as a current buffer to increase the
voltage gain of