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E ECS 413
M idterm 2
F all 2013
Exam duration : 1 h our 3 0 m inutes
4 questions
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Chapter 8 Stability and Compensation
Razavi Chapter 10
Acknowledgements
Lecture material adapted from B. Razavi, Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits,
McGraw Hill, 2000
EECS 413 Fall 2014
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Stability and Compensation
We now consider stability, and th

Chapter 5
Corresponds to Razavi Chapter 4
Acknowledgements
Lecture material adapted from B. Razavi, Design of Analog CMOS Integrated
Circuits, McGraw Hill, 2000
EECS 413 Fall 2013
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Outline
Differential signaling
Differential pair
Solving differential

Chapter 4
Frequency Response
M. Flynn
Acknowledgements
Lecture material adapted from B. Razavi, Design of Analog CMOS
Integrated Circuits, McGraw Hill, 2000
Updates by Prof. David Wentzloff in 2007
EECS 413 Fall 2014
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Outline
Review and background
Impe

High gain single stage opamp
Bin Li
Zhishan Hua
Hanh Pham
EECs 413 Final Project. Fall 2003
High gain single stage opamp Li, H. Pham
Z. Hua, B.
1
Outline
Motivation
Background
Approach
Architecture overview/group new implementation
Main stage amplifi

Chapter 5
Corresponds to Razavi Chapter 4
Acknowledgements
Lecture material adapted from B. Razavi, Design of Analog CMOS Integrated
Circuits, McGraw Hill, 2000
EECS 413 Fall 2013
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Outline
Differential signaling
Differential pair
Solving differential

9/24/2014
Outline
Common Source Amplifier
Resistor load
Triode region MOS load
Diode connected MOS load
Current source load
Graph Based (V*) Design
Source/Emitter Degeneration
CS with emitter degeneration
Equivalent transconductance Gm
Output impeda

Chapter 9: Operational Amplifiers
Reading: Razavi Chapter 9
Acknowledgements
Lecture material adapted from B. Razavi, Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits, McGraw Hill, 2000
Updates by Prof. David Wentzloff in 2007
EECS 413 Fall 2014
1
Outline
Compe

Chapter 8 Stability and Compensation
Razavi Chapter 10
Acknowledgements
Lecture material adapted from B. Razavi, Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits,
McGraw Hill, 2000
EECS 413 Fall 2014
1
Stability and Compensation
We now consider stability, and th

Chapter 4
Frequency Response
M. Flynn
Acknowledgements
Lecture material adapted from B. Razavi, Design of Analog CMOS
Integrated Circuits, McGraw Hill, 2000
Updates by Prof. David Wentzloff in 2007
EECS 413 Fall 2014
1
Outline
Review and background
Impe

Chapter 7
Feedback
(Razavi Chapter 8)
Acknowledgements
Lecture material adapted from B. Razavi, Design of Analog CMOS
Integrated Circuits, McGraw Hill, 2000
Updates by Prof. David Wentzloff in 2007
EECS 413 Fall 2014
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[wikipedia]
EECS 413 Fall 2007
Chapt

Chapter 6
Current Mirrors
(Razavi Chapter 5)
Acknowledgements
Lecture material adapted from B. Razavi, Design of Analog CMOS Integrated
Circuits, McGraw Hill, 2000
Some updates by Dave Wentzloff 2007
EECS 413 Fall 2014
1
Outline
Current mirrors to copy b

Chapter 3
Single Stage Amplifiers
M. Flynn
Acknowledgements
Lecture material adapted from B. Razavi, Design of Analog CMOS
Integrated Circuits, McGraw Hill, 2000
Updated by David Wentzloff in 2007
EECS 413 Fall 2014
1
Single Stage Amplifiers
There are sev

Three stage Nested Miller
Low-Voltage Amplifier
Group1
Parmoon Seddighrad
Carlos Tokunaga
Eric Sun
Motivation for Multistage Amp.
Reduction in Supply Voltage
High gain, large bandwidth operational amplifier
Cascoding will not work with low power supply
Ne

Bandgap Reference Voltage
Ying-Shun Chuang
Chun-Ping Huang
Tzu-Hen Hsu
Temperature-Independent Voltage
How to Get a Reference Voltage
Cancelling the negative temperature dependence of a pn junction with a positive
temperature dependence from a PTAT circui

EECS413 Final Project December 2003
A CMOS single stage
Opamp. with 120 dB DC gain
Sanghyun Seo, Yumin Lu and Xin Jiang
Dept. of Electrical Engineering and
Computer Science
University of Michigan
University of Michigan
1
Main Approaches:
Folded cascode a

A CMOS Bandgap
Reference
Jong M. Park
Taeil Jung
Lukas C. Skoog
Introduction
Motivation
Design Specifications
General Circuit Operation
Performance Summary
Conclusion
Motivation
Voltage References Used In
A/D and D/A Converters [1]
DRAM and Flash memory [

A 90dB High
Bandwidth Single
Stage Amplifier
Arthi Ramamurthy
Rukmini Sivaraman
Matthew Stamplis
Motivation
Many applications require a front end
opamp that is capable of providing both a
fast and accurate response:
These
include A/D convertors, Switched

EECS 413 Design Project
Design of a 90db CMOS
differential amplifier with
gain-boosting and common
mode feedback
Jimmy Yu
Gary Sun
Matt Ng
OVERVIEW
Applications
Operational Amplifier Architecture
Topology
Resistance gainboosting
Cascode Usage
Common-mode

High Bandwidth CMOS OpAmp for Low Supply Voltage
Applications
By: Christine Eun, John Liu
and Jon Engbrecht
Requirements of Low
Supply Voltage Op-Amps
Low supply voltages are often due to
mixed signal applications
Require low-power consumption
Small physi

A Low Voltage CMOS
Bandgap Reference
with Current Feedback
Tao Li
Bhaskar Mitra
Kabir Udeshi
Operation & Utility
Generates a DC
Voltage independent
of supply, temperature
and process.
Needed to bias
circuits like a
differential pair and
ADC.
Bandgap
Refer

Chapter 2
MOS and Bipolar Devices
Acknowledgements
Lecture material adapted from B. Razavi, Design of Analog CMOS
Integrated Circuits, McGraw Hill, 2000 and
P. Gray, P. Hurst, S. Lewis, and R. Meyer, Analysis and Design of
Analog Integrated Circuits, Wile

Chapter 9: Operational Amplifiers
Reading: Razavi Chapter 9
Acknowledgements
Lecture material adapted from B. Razavi, Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits, McGraw Hill, 2000
Updates by Prof. David Wentzloff in 2007
EECS 413 Fall 2014
1
Outline
Compe

Introduction to Analog and Mixed Signal Design
(Monolithic Amplifier Circuits)
Course Description
This course is an introduction to CMOS analog and mixed signal design, but also
introduces advanced topics.
The course begins with a review of MOS transistor

EECS 413
Midterm 2
2004
Exam duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes
4 questions
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Q2
Q3
Q4
1
Q1
(a) Ignore channel length modulation
Assume transistors are in saturation
and identical .

EECS 413
Midterm 1
2008
Exam duration: 1.5 hour
4 questions
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Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
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Question 1
(a)
VD=1V
Cox = 100mA/V
2
M1
Cox=1 fF/(m)2
What is gm of M1?
VTH=0.8V
2V
2V
W=10m, L=1m
Wha

EECS 413
Midterm 1
2006
Exam duration: 1.5 hour
4 questions
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Question 1
(a)
VDD
VDD
Assume = 0.
Assume M1 is saturated.
M2
Given that VGS1 VTH1 = |VGS2 VTH2|,
what