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Solutions2AnalogCMOS Circuit Design Allen

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CMOS Analog Circuit Design (2
nd
Ed.) Homework Solutions : 9/20/2002
1
Chapter 1 Homework Solutions
1.1-1Using Eq. (1) of Sec 1.1, give the base-10 value for the 5-bit binary number 11010(
b
4 
b
3 
b
2 
b
1 
b
0ordering).From Eq. (1) of Sec 1.1 we have
b
 N 
-1
2
-1
 
+
b
 N 
-2
 
2
-2
+
b
 N 
-3
2
-3
+...+
b
0
2
-
 N 
 
=
i
=1
 N 
b
 N-i
2
-
i
 
1
×
2
-1
 
+ 1
×
 
2
-2
+ 0
×
2
-3
+ 1
×
2
-4
+ 0
×
2
-5
=12+14+08+116+032
 
=16 + 8 + 0 + 2 + 032 
=
2632=1316
 
1.1-2Process the sinusoid in Fig. P1.2 through an analog sample and hold. The samplepoints are given at each integer value of t/T.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8012345678
     A   m   p     l     i    t   u     d   e
__91011121314159 10 11Sample times
Figure P1.1-2
1.1-3Digitize the sinusoid given in Fig. P1.2 according to Eq. (1) in Sec. 1.1 using afour-bit digitizer.
 
CMOS Analog Circuit Design (2
nd
Ed.) Homework Solutions : 9/20/2002
2
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8012345678
     A   m   p     l     i    t   u     d   e
__91011121314159 10 11Sample times
100011001110111111011010011000110010001001011000
Figure P1.1-3
The figure illustrates the digitized result. At several places in the waveform, the digitizedvalue must resolve a sampled value that lies equally between two digital values. Theresulting digitized value could be either of the two values as illustrated in the list below.Sample Time4-bit Output01000111002111031111 or 11104110151010601107001180010 or 0001900101001011110001.1-4Use the nodal equation method to find
v
out
 / 
v
in
of Fig. P1.4.
 
CMOS Analog Circuit Design (2
nd
Ed.) Homework Solutions : 9/20/2002
3
v
in
 R
1
R
2
 R
3
R
4
v
1
v
out
g
m
v
1
Figure P1.1-4
AB
Node A:0 =
G
1
(
v
1
-v
in
)
+ G
3
(
v
1
) +
G
2
(
v
1
- v
out
)
v
1
(
G
1
+ G
2
+ G
3
)
- G
2
(
v
out
) =
G
1
(
v
in
)Node B:0 =
G
2
(
v
out
-v
1
)
+ g
m
1
(
v
1
) +
G
4
(
v
out
)
v
1
(
gm
1
- G
2
)
+ v
out
(
G
2
+ G
4
) = 0
v
out
=
G
1
+
G
2
+
G
3
G
1
v
in
gm
1
-
G
2
0
 
G
1
+
G
2
+
G
3
-
G
2
gm
1
-
G
2
G
2
+
G
4
v
out
v
in
=
G
1
(
G
2
-
gm
1
)
G
1
 
G
2
+
G
1
 
G
4
+
G
2
 
G
4
+
G
3
 
G
2
+ G
3
 
G
4
+ G
2
 
gm
1
1.1-5Use the mesh equation method to find
v
out
 / 
v
in
of Fig. P1.4.
v
in
 R
1
R
2
 R
3
R
4
v
1
v
out
g
m
v
1
iaibic
Figure P1.1-5
0 = -
v
in
+
 R
1
(
i
a
+ i
b
+ i
c
)
+ R
3
(
i
a
)

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