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Transcript
ECE 331: Electronics Principles
I Fall 2013
Lab #4: Circuit Design with MOSFETs
Pre-lab due on Tuesday, Nov. 12, before noon
Pre-lab
A. For a Common Source amplifier with resistive load as shown below,
assume power supply voltage V DD = 1.8 V, k n ' = 330 μA/V2, V tn = 550
mV, body terminal has been grounded and Lmin = 0.18 μm. λ = 0 V-1,
I D = 1mA , W/L = 10,
 What is the minimum V out to make the transistor working in
Saturation?
 What is the maximum output signal swing (V out max - V out min)?
 What is the value of R D to get a voltage gain of 10 V/V?
 If λ = 0.1 V-1, for V out = 1 V, I D = 1 mA, use the R D value you just
found from the previous part, what is the voltage gain now?
 If we drive a load resistance from V out node, would the gain of the
amplifier be changed or not? Why?
B. Assume V DD = 5V and identical devices with V tn = 1V, k n ' = 0.8 mA/V2
and λ = 0.02 V-1.
 Find R so that the circuit gives I = 100 µA for Vout = VGS . Here,
assume λ = 0 for simplicity.
 Find the lower voltage limit for operation in
Saturation, as well as output resistance r 0 and the
change of I per volt in the saturation region.
C. For a Common Source amplifier with active load, given V DD = 3V, V tn =
│V tp │= 0.6V, k n ' = 200 µA/V2, k p ' = 65 µA/V2, for both of the NMOS
and PMOS transistors, W = 4µm, L = 0.4 µm, V A _NMOS = 20V and
V A _PMOS = 10V, I REF = 100 µA, find
 What is the voltage gain (small signal) of this amplifier?
 What is the maximum output voltage to make the amplifier work
properly?
 What is the minimum output voltage to make the amplifier work
properly?