hw3

... a. Write an expression for ID as a function of output bias point. How much does ID change as the output voltage varies from 9V to 1V? b. What is the change in the input and overdrive voltage as the output varies from 9V to 1V? c. Write an expression for gm and ro as a function of output bias point. ...

... a. Write an expression for ID as a function of output bias point. How much does ID change as the output voltage varies from 9V to 1V? b. What is the change in the input and overdrive voltage as the output varies from 9V to 1V? c. Write an expression for gm and ro as a function of output bias point. ...

sheet3

... 9. An amplifier with feedback has voltage gain of 40. To produce a specified output, the input voltage required without feedback is 0.1v. When feedback has been provided the input must be increased to 2.4v to produce the same output. Calculate the value of feedback ratio. 10. The ac equivalent circ ...

... 9. An amplifier with feedback has voltage gain of 40. To produce a specified output, the input voltage required without feedback is 0.1v. When feedback has been provided the input must be increased to 2.4v to produce the same output. Calculate the value of feedback ratio. 10. The ac equivalent circ ...

09fa mid2

... You want to use the amplifier in unity gain feedback. 1A) If the compensation capacitor CC is zero, what is the frequency of the first and second poles? What is the unity gain frequency? What is the phase margin? ...

... You want to use the amplifier in unity gain feedback. 1A) If the compensation capacitor CC is zero, what is the frequency of the first and second poles? What is the unity gain frequency? What is the phase margin? ...

CircuitI_exp071411496961

... Figure 2 shows some characteristics of the waveforms: the voltage of one peak (Vp) and the peak-topeak voltage (Vp-p), which is twice of Vp for symmetric waveforms. The period (T) is also shown which is related to the frequency as f=1/T. ...

... Figure 2 shows some characteristics of the waveforms: the voltage of one peak (Vp) and the peak-topeak voltage (Vp-p), which is twice of Vp for symmetric waveforms. The period (T) is also shown which is related to the frequency as f=1/T. ...

lab8

... ii. Apply a very small amplitude sine wave to the input, with a DC bias equal to what you recorded from the previous part. Make sure that the DC output level is roughly 6V. This can be hard because the gain is so high, so be careful. It will be easier to set your DC bias right using an AC signal tha ...

... ii. Apply a very small amplitude sine wave to the input, with a DC bias equal to what you recorded from the previous part. Make sure that the DC output level is roughly 6V. This can be hard because the gain is so high, so be careful. It will be easier to set your DC bias right using an AC signal tha ...

Exp04rev

... AC Magnitude and Phase Objectives: Today's experiment provides practical experience with the meaning of magnitude and phase in a linear circuits and the use of phasor algebra to predict the response of a linear system to a sinusoidal input. Using the digital oscilloscopes, we can better understand t ...

... AC Magnitude and Phase Objectives: Today's experiment provides practical experience with the meaning of magnitude and phase in a linear circuits and the use of phasor algebra to predict the response of a linear system to a sinusoidal input. Using the digital oscilloscopes, we can better understand t ...

RiverbeckConfPaper160516

... BiCMOS. Whilst both integrated circuit were implemented in the same technology LNA1 is a separate device to improve electrical isolation. Between the devices is a pair of 100 Ω differential microstrip lines. The overall gain is programmable from 15 dB – 45 dB, see Figure 5. On the main integrated ci ...

... BiCMOS. Whilst both integrated circuit were implemented in the same technology LNA1 is a separate device to improve electrical isolation. Between the devices is a pair of 100 Ω differential microstrip lines. The overall gain is programmable from 15 dB – 45 dB, see Figure 5. On the main integrated ci ...

hw9notready

... a. Calculate and tabulate: i. the overdrive voltage and current in all devices. For this step you may assume that =0. The simplest order may be Mb1 through Mb6, then M1 through M5. ii. Calculate the bias voltages on all nodes, assuming VI,CM=1V. Specifically: tail, G2, G3, G5, G6, S3B, S4AB, and ou ...

... a. Calculate and tabulate: i. the overdrive voltage and current in all devices. For this step you may assume that =0. The simplest order may be Mb1 through Mb6, then M1 through M5. ii. Calculate the bias voltages on all nodes, assuming VI,CM=1V. Specifically: tail, G2, G3, G5, G6, S3B, S4AB, and ou ...

Series_RLC_Circuit

... the reactance of the two components. The reactance, X, depends on the frequency, f: XC = 1/ 2fC and XL = 2fL. t When Xc = XL, the total voltage drop across L and C is zero, since VC o and VL are 180 out of phase and equal in magnitude, cancelling each other out – so VL + VC = 0, and all the voltag ...

... the reactance of the two components. The reactance, X, depends on the frequency, f: XC = 1/ 2fC and XL = 2fL. t When Xc = XL, the total voltage drop across L and C is zero, since VC o and VL are 180 out of phase and equal in magnitude, cancelling each other out – so VL + VC = 0, and all the voltag ...

COURSE NUMBER: E E 352 Design of a Low

... filter. After construction we demonstrated that it worked by sending an audio signal from a device through the filter to a low voltage amplifier and speaker. Introduction In this lab we will be analyzing an active low-pass filter circuit. We’ll be examining the theory behind the filter, simulation o ...

... filter. After construction we demonstrated that it worked by sending an audio signal from a device through the filter to a low voltage amplifier and speaker. Introduction In this lab we will be analyzing an active low-pass filter circuit. We’ll be examining the theory behind the filter, simulation o ...

EE101L Laboratory 5

... RC circuit to sinusoidally varying signals at various frequencies. You will represent these signals in the time and frequency domain and investigate the circuit’s frequency dependence. This frequency dependence can be put to use in analog electronics for designing filters. You will study the basic p ...

... RC circuit to sinusoidally varying signals at various frequencies. You will represent these signals in the time and frequency domain and investigate the circuit’s frequency dependence. This frequency dependence can be put to use in analog electronics for designing filters. You will study the basic p ...

RLC Circuits Note

... A filter can be described by its asymptotic frequency dependence. Although the transfer function may be a complicated complex function of frequency, the asymptotic characteristic is simple. For example, a low-pass filter may have a transfer function that is inversely proportional to frequency in the ...

... A filter can be described by its asymptotic frequency dependence. Although the transfer function may be a complicated complex function of frequency, the asymptotic characteristic is simple. For example, a low-pass filter may have a transfer function that is inversely proportional to frequency in the ...

In electrical engineering and control theory, a Bode plot /ˈboʊdi/ is a graph of the frequency response of a system. It is usually a combination of a Bode magnitude plot, expressing the magnitude of the frequency response, and a Bode phase plot, expressing the phase shift. Both quantities are plotted against a horizontal axis proportional to the logarithm of frequency.