Homework 2 Due 4/21/09
Problem 1. NAND and NOR gate design .
A) Assume the NMOS width is twice the minimum size device. Draw an equivalent circuit for the NAND and NOR with appropriate resistances and capacitances. (5) B) For the NAND gate, draw equivalen
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Lab 1 Report
Problem 1(a) NMOS I d VS V ds for V gs = 0.6V, 1.2V and 1.8V; V dd = 1.8V
Problem 1(b) PMOS I d VS V ds for V gs = -0.6V, -1.2V and -1.8V; V dd = -1.8V
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Homework 1: Due 4/14/09
For these problems, feel free to take a look at the model file in the TSMC directory. You might also find this link useful http:/www.ece.uci.edu/docs/hspice/hspice_2001_2-171.html Problem 1. DC Behavior. Use the 0.18um CMOS Models.
ECE165 - Midterm
SHOW ALL WORK. NO CREDIT UNLESS JUSTIFIED. Total 150 Points Problem 1 Dynamic Behavior- 30 Points The capacitance of our new device is quite simple. You can assume there is only gate capacitance, gate-drain capacitance, gate-source capaci
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PROBLEM 1) NAND/NOR A) To give a 2:1 PMOS to NMOS ratio, the CMOS NAND must look like
The resistors above are scaled with respect to the minimum sized inverter which is assumed to have a 2:1 ratio. The capacitance at the internal nodes for the NAND gate i
Homework 3 Due 4/28/09
Problem 1. Gray coding is used to reduce the probability of error in a communication system. The Gray code maps the word into a new word that is similar to its neighbors. In Table 1 , this coding scheme is listed for a 3 bit word. E
Homework 4 Due 6/02/09
Problem 1. Calculation of Latch and Register Timing (60)
A) Calculate the intrinsic delay for the inverter driving a transmission gate assuming both devices are minimum sized using the equivalent circuit above. Provide tplh and tphl
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