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EE 4340 Hw#6 Solution UTD

J. Liu

Homework #7

Use the following transistor parameters unless otherwise stated.

MOSFET Parameters N-Channel P-Channel Units

K 105 30 A/V2
VTO 0.7 -0.8 V
0.45 0.4 V0.5
=2| F | 0.9 0.8 V
0.1 0.2 V-1

Problem 1
Consider the amplifier below, where (W/L)1-4=10 and Iss=I1=100A. Estimate the poles for
differential gain at nodes X and Y by multiplying the small-signal resistance and capacitance to
ground. Assume Cx=Cy=0.5pF. Find the transfer function of the amplifier and find the
frequency such that the phase of the transfer function is -120.
EE 4340 Homework #6 Solution UTD
J. Liu

Problem 2
Calculate the small-signal voltage transfer function, Vout/Vin and input impedance, Zin, of the
following circuit, with consideration of parasitic capacitances. Ignore channel modulation effect
and bulk effect.

EE 4340 Homework #6 Solution UTD
J. Liu

EE 4340 Homework #6 Solution UTD
J. Liu

Problem 3
Five different CMOS differential amplifier circuits are shown, assuming =0. First, write by
inspection the approximate small signal output resistance, rout, seen looking back into each
amplifier. Then use the intuitive approach of finding the small signal current caused by the
application of a small signal input, vin, and find the approximate small signal differential voltage
gain, vout/vin. Your answers should be in terms of gmi and goi (roi), where i = 1 to 8 for rout, and in
terms of gmi, where i = 1 to 8, and rout for vout/vin.

M7 M8 M7 M8

M8 M7 Vbias M7 M8
M7 M8
M5 M6 M5 M6

Vout Vout
+ M1 + M1 + M1 + M1
Vin Vin 0 Vin Vbias
M2 M2 Vin M2 M3
- -
- M4
M2 +
- Vout
+ M1
Iss Iss Iss Vin
Iss -

0 0 0 0

Circuit 1 Circuit 2 Circuit 3 Circuit 4 Circuit 5

Circuits rout vout/vin

Circuit 1

Circuit 2

Circuit 3

Circuit 4

Circuit 5