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EXPERIMENT UNDER DC ANALYSIS

Draw the following circuit in S- edit

Nitte Meenakshi Institute of Technology

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Dept. of E&CE
VLSI LAB

Let W=0.5u and L= 0.25u .Use 10K ohm resistor and do DC sweep analysis as explained in
the previous section. Also print the input and output voltages. The following waveform
should be displayed.

The operating point is where the input and output plots intersect each other. Here it is 1.61V.
Thus the result concluded is that the for a transistor with
(W /L ) = 2 the operating point is 1.61V.

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Dept. of E&CE
VLSI LAB

EXPERIMENT UNDER TRANSIENT ANALYSIS

Draw the circuit for transient analysis as shown in the figure. Use an sinusoidal source.
Give offset the operating point calculated in the DC analysis.

Choose Transient analysis in the setup simulation window and give the following
parameters.

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Dept. of E&CE
VLSI LAB

Stop time = 10u
Max time step = 1u
Print start = 1n
Print time step = 1n
On running the simulation one will get the following waveform

Nitte Meenakshi Institute of Technology

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Dept. of E&CE
VLSI LAB

EXPERIMENT UNDER AC ANLYSIS

To plot the ac analysis, draw the following circuit

Use AC source and give Magnitude as 1mV and Vdc =1.61V which is the operating point
calculated in DC analysis. Use 10pF capacitor.
Select AC analysis in the setup simulation window and set the following parameters.

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Dept. of E&CE
VLSI LAB

Start Frequency : 10
Stop Frequency: 100000K
Number of frequencies: 20
Sweep Type: dec
Analysis Name: AC
On running the simulation the following waveform is displayed.

To calculated the cutoff frequency calculated Am / (2)0.5

and find out that value on the Y
axis. Where this intersect with the ac analysis plot on the x-axis is the cut off frequency.
Change the load capacitance to get a particular cutoff frequency.

Nitte Meenakshi Institute of Technology

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Dept. of E&CE
VLSI LAB

III.Perform DC Analysis, AC Analysis and Transient Analysis for common
drain amplifier :

COMMON DRAIN AMPLIFIER
EXPERIMENTS UNDER DC ANALYSIS

To conduct the DC analysis of a Common Drain amplifier draw the following circuit. Select
a DC source.

Nitte Meenakshi Institute of Technology

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Dept. of E&CE
VLSI LAB

Let W=0.5u and L= 0.25u .Use 10K ohm resistor and do DC sweep analysis as explained in
the previous section. Also print the input and output voltages. The following waveform
should be displayed.

The output voltage follows the input voltage as shown above. The output voltage increases
after the threshold voltage is crossed which in this case is 0.3V.

Nitte Meenakshi Institute of Technology

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Dept. of E&CE
VLSI LAB

EXPERIMENTS UNDER TRANSIENT ANALYSIS

Draw the circuit for AC analysis as shown in the figure. Use a sinusoidal source.
Give offset the operating point 0f 1.61V

Choose Transient analysis in the setup simulation window and give the following
parameters.
Stop time = 10u
Max time step = 1u

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Dept. of E&CE
VLSI LAB

Print start = 1n
Print time step = 1n
On running the simulation one will get the following waveform

Calculate and see if the output voltage is a magnified signal of the input voltage and the
output voltage should be in phase with the input voltage.

Nitte Meenakshi Institute of Technology

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Dept. of E&CE
VLSI LAB

EXPERIMENTS UNDER AC ANALYSIS

To conduct AC analysis draw the following circuit and use an AC source.

Use a 10pF capacitor. In setup simulation give the following parameters

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Dept. of E&CE
VLSI LAB

Start Frequency : 10
Stop Frequency: 100000K
Number of frequencies: 20
Sweep Type: dec
Analysis Name: AC
On running the simulation the following waveform is displayed.

To calculate the cutoff frequency calculated Am / (2)0.5

and find out that value

on the Y axis. Where this intersect with the ac analysis plot on the x-axis is the cut off
frequency.
Here it is 5.54Mhz

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Dept. of E&CE
VLSI LAB

Change the load capacitance to get a particular cutoff frequency.

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Dept. of E&CE
VLSI LAB

IV.Perform DC Analysis, AC Analysis and Transient Analysis for Differential
Amplifier circuit :

DIFFERENTIAL AMPLIFIER
EXPERIMENTS UNDER DC ANALYSIS

To conduct the DC analysis of a differential amplifier, draw the following circuit.

Let the current source be 100uA, and resistors of 10kΩ each is chosen.
In the setup simulation window sweep voltagesource_1 source from 0 to 3.3V in steps of
0.1v and keep voltagesource_2 constant at 3.3V.

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Dept. of E&CE
VLSI LAB

On proper compilation the following waveform is displayed.

The intersection point is approximately 3V. This is the operating point.

Similarly in the setup simulation window sweep voltagesource_2 source from 0 to 3.3V in
steps of 0.1v and keep voltagesource_1 constant at 3.3V.

On proper compilation the following waveform is displayed.

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Dept. of E&CE
VLSI LAB

Again the intersection point is approximately 3V which is the operating point.
If both the voltage sources are swept together, the following waveform is displayed.

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Dept. of E&CE
VLSI LAB

EXPERIMENTS UNDER TRANSIENT ANALYSIS

Draw the circuit for transient analysis as shown in the figure below.

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Dept. of E&CE
VLSI LAB

Please note the following
In the voltage source properties select sinusoidal source. The amplitude of both the sources
should be 100mV and one of the voltage sources should have negative amplitude otherwise
the difference signal will be zero.
In the setup window give the following settings.
Stop time = 10u
Max time step = 1u
Print start = 1n
Print time step = 1n
On running the simulation one will get the following waveform

Nitte Meenakshi Institute of Technology

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Dept. of E&CE
VLSI LAB

It can be measured and seen that the output waveform is the amplification of the input signal.

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Dept. of E&CE
VLSI LAB

EXPERIMENTS UNDER AC ANALYSIS

Draw the following circuit for AC analysis. Note that there should be a phase difference of
90 degree between the two sources and a capacitor is to be added at the output node.

Nitte Meenakshi Institute of Technology

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Dept. of E&CE
VLSI LAB

Start Frequency : 10
Stop Frequency: 10Meg
Number of frequencies: 10
Sweep Type: dec
Analysis Name: AC
On running the simulation the following waveform is displayed

Nitte Meenakshi Institute of Technology

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Dept. of E&CE
VLSI LAB

To calculate the cutoff frequency calculate Am / (2)0.5

and find out that value on the Y axis.

Where this intersect with the ac analysis plot on the x-axis is the cut off frequency.

Here it is 15.93Meg Hz
Change the load capacitance to get a particular cutoff frequency.

Nitte Meenakshi Institute of Technology

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Dept. of E&CE
VLSI LAB

V.Perform DC Analysis, AC Analysis and Transient Analysis for Single Stage
Operational Amplifier circuit :

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