CSE 112
Fall 2016
Due Monday Week 6
HW 3
DC MOSFET Circuits
1.
Current mirror circuit
Consider the circuit as shown below. Let Q1 and Q2 have Vt = 0.6V, kn=0.2mA/V2,
L1 = L2 = 0.8m, W1 = 8m and = 0
(a) Find the value of R required to establish a current o
Page 1: Zener Diode/Voltage Regulator
Reference Books:
"Microelectronic Circuits", by Sedra & Smith; an introductory comprehensive text on electronic
circuit & design; also a text book for EECS 170B.
"CMOS VLSI Design, a Circuits & System Perspectives" by
Page 1: Optimal Power for Solar Cell
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
11:50 AM
1. Optimal Value for RL in solar cell
Consider the following solar cell circuit. We want to maximize the power delivered to the RL for a solar
cell. This can be done graphically b
Page 1: Problem 3, HW 1
Wednesday, October 5, 2016
9:13 AM
Lecture Week 2 Wednesday Page 1
Page 2: A more refined ON/OFF model
Wednesday, October 5, 2016
8:50 AM
Lecture Week 2 Wednesday Page 2
Lecture Week 2 Wednesday Page 3
Page 3: LED Control Ckt
Wedne
Page 1: Voltage Difference & Absolute Voltage
Friday, September 30, 2016
8:52 AM
Lecture Week 1 Friday Page 1
Page 2: I-V Characteristics of Ideal DC Voltage & Current
Sources
Monday, October 3, 2016
9:13 AM
Lecture Week 1 Friday Page 2
Page 3: Solar Cell
Page 1: Course Emphasis
Friday, September 23, 2016
9:25 AM
Lecture Week 0 C Page 1
Page 2: Diode Model
Monday, April 4, 2016
11:08 AM
Diode symbol & model:
Lecture Week 0 C Page 2
CSE 112
Fall 2016
Mathematica HW 2 (due Friday Week 8)
We will use Solve & FindRoot functions in Mathematica to solve for each circuit in HW 4.
1. (a) Calculate Vo and Ids for Vin = 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5V for the following inverter. Plot VTC based on
these
Mathematica HW 3 (10 pts)
Due Monday Week 10
We want to find the output waveform of an inverter by solving the differential equation numerically using
NDSolve for two different Vin(t) clock waveforms. Once the vo(t) waveform is obtained, we want to
calcul
CSE 112
Fall 2016
HW 4 (due Wed Week 7)
1. Calculate Vo for Vin = 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5V for the following inverter. Plot VTC based on these calculations. Device parameters are: for PMOS, Vtp = -1V, kp = 0.5 mA V2 ; for NMOS: Vtn = 1V, kn =
1 mA V2 .
2. We
Extra Credit
Due Monday Week 10
Consider charging an RC (form simplicity use R = 1k, C = 1pF) circuit with Vs(t) = 5 u(t) (a step function). The capacitor is initially uncharged, i.e. Vc(0) = 0V. The analytic waveform for Vc(t) is known to be
Vc(t) = 5 1-
Mathematica HW 1: Analysis of solar cell connected in
series
Due Friday, Week 4 (20 pts)
1. Background Reading (http:/www.alternative-energy-tutorials.com/solar-power/pv-panel.html)
Problem (20 pts)
We want to analyze the scenario described in the last 2
CSE 112
Fall 2016
Due week 3 Wed
HW 2 Diode Circuits II
Unless otherwise stated, use the ON/OFF model for the diode with Vf = 0.7Volt for all your
calculations.
1. In Example 3, if we add another R3 to the circuit,
(a) solved for Vx and Ix.
(b) For the ab
Additional Problems on MOSFET Circuits
(you can check your answer with Mathematica)
1. Consider the following NMOS inverter with a diode connected NMOS as a load. The device parameters are: for Q1:
Vtn = 1V, kn = 1 mA V2 ; for Q2, Vtn = 1V, kn = 1 mA V2 ,
CSE 112
Fall 2016
Due week 2 Wed
HW 1 Diode Circuits
Use the ON/OFF model for the diode with Vf = 0.7Volt.
1. Solve for V and I for the following diode circuit (Sedra & Smith)
2. Solve for V and I for the following circuits (Sedra & Smith)
3. Solve for I