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Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department

**6.002 Electronic Circuits Homework #6
**

Handout F00-031

Issued: Oct. 12, 2000 - Due: Oct. 20, 2000

Read Sections 8.1 - 8.2 Exercise 6-1: Exercise 8.1 from Chapter 8 Exercise 6-2: Exercise 8.2 from Chapter 8 Problem 6-1: (Exercise 8.5 from Chapter 8 with part e omitted) Consider again the MOSFET ampliﬁer shown in Figure 9.44 (See Notes). Assume as before that the ampliﬁer is operated under the saturation discipline. a) What is the range of valid input voltages for the ampliﬁer? What is the corresponding range of valid output voltages? b) Assuming we desire to use voltages of the form Asin(wt) as AC inputs to the ampliﬁer, determine the input bias point VI for the ampliﬁer which will allow for the maximum input swing under the saturation discipline. What is the corresponding output bias point voltage VO? c) What is the largest value of A that will allow the saturation region operation for the bias point determined in (b)? d) What is the small signal gain of the ampliﬁer for the bias point determined in (b)?

Problem 6-2: (Problem 8.1 from Chapter 8 with part c omitted) This problem studies the small-signal analysis of the MOSFET ampliﬁer discussed in Prob lem 7.3 (Figure 7.75) in the previous chapter. a) First consider the biasing the ampliﬁer. Determine VIN, the bias component of vIN, so that vOUT is biased to VOUT where 0 < VOUT < VS. Find VMID, the bias component of vMID in the process. b) Next, let vIN = VIN + vin where vin is considered to be a small perturbation of vIN around VIN. Make the substitution for vIN and linearize the resulting expression for vOUT. Your answer should take the form vOUT = VOUT + vout, where vout takes the form vout = Avin. Note that vout is the small-signal output and A is the small-signal gain. Derive an expression for A. Problem 6-3: (Problem 8.2 from Chapter 8 with parts e and f omitted) Consider again the buffer described in Problem 7.5 (Figure 7.76) in the previous chapter. Per form a small-signal analysis of this circuit according to the following steps. Assume that the MOSFET operates in its saturation region and continue to use the SCS MOSFET model. a) Draw the small-signal circuit model of the buffer. b) Show that the small-signal transconductance gm of the MOSFET is given by gm = K(VIN - VOUT - VT) where VIN and VOUT are the bias, or operating-point, input and output voltages, respec tively. c) Determine the small-signal gain of the buffer. That is, determine the ratio vout/vin. d) Determine the small-signal output resistance of the buffer. That is determine the equiva lent resistance of the buffer at the output port of its small-signal model with vin = 0. (Hint: This is the Thevenin equivalent resistance of the small-signal circuit looking into the out put port.) e) Determine the small-signal input resistance of the buffer. That is determine the equivalent resistance of the buffer at the input port of its small-signal model. (Hint: This is the Thev enin equivalent resistance of the small-signal circuit looking into the input port.)

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