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Week 1 - Obtaining power gain and need for nonlinearityLecture Note 1Lecture Note 12963 kb
Week 2 - Nonlinear two ports; MOS transistor; Common source amplifierLecture Note 2Lecture Note 22963 kb
Week 3 - Common source amplifier using the MOS transistorLecture Note 3Lecture Note 31549 kb
Week 4 - Biasing a MOS transistor at a fixed drain current; CS amplifier using drain feedback bias and current mirror biasLecture Note 4Lecture Note 4653 kb
Week 5 - Common source amplifier using source feedback bias; Controlled sources using a MOS transistor-VCVS(Source follower)Lecture Note 5Lecture Note 51549 kb
Week 6 - Controlled sources continued-VCCS(Source degeneration), CCCS(Common gate amplifier), CCVS(Transimpedance amplifier)Lecture Note 6Lecture Note 6112 kb
Week 7 - Opamp controlled sources; Virtual short; Swing limits; Summary of amplifiersLecture Note 7Lecture Note 71555 kb
Week 8 - pMOS transistor; Converting pMOS circuits to nMOSLecture Note 8Lecture Note 8689 kb
Week 9 - Common source amplifier with active load; CMOS inverterLecture Note 9Lecture Note 92963 kb
Week 10 - Differential pair with current mirror load; Single-stage opampLecture Note 10 Lecture Note 10 1900 kb
Week 11 - Two-stage opamp; Opamp characteristicsLecture Note 11Lecture Note 11755 kb
Week 12 - Bipolar transistorsLecture Note 12Lecture Note 12873 kb
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Week 1 - Obtaining power gain and need for nonlinearityAssignment 1Assignment 1332 kb
Week 2 - Nonlinear two ports; MOS transistor; Common source amplifierAssignment 2Assignment 2295 kb
Week 3 - Common source amplifier using the MOS transistorAssignment 3Assignment 3309 kb
Week 4 - Biasing a MOS transistor at a fixed drain current; CS amplifier using drain feedback bias and current mirror biasAssignment 4Assignment 4298 kb
Week 5 - Common source amplifier using source feedback bias; Controlled sources using a MOS transistor-VCVS(Source follower)Assignment 5Assignment 5327 kb
Week 6 - Controlled sources continued-VCCS(Source degeneration), CCCS(Common gate amplifier), CCVS(Transimpedance amplifier)Assignment 6Assignment 6320 kb
Week 7 - Opamp controlled sources; Virtual short; Swing limits; Summary of amplifiersAssignment 7Assignment 7329 kb


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1Introduction to the courseDownloadDownload
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2Obtaining power gainDownloadDownload
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3Obtaining power gain using a linear two port?DownloadDownload
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4One port(two terminal) nonlinear elementDownloadDownload
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5Nonlinear circuit analysisDownloadDownload
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6Small signal incremental analysis-graphical viewDownloadDownload
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7Small signal incremental analysis DownloadDownload
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8Incremental equivalent circuitDownloadDownload
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9Large signal characteristics of a diodeDownloadDownload
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10Analysis of diode circuitsDownloadDownload
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11Small signal model of a diodeDownloadDownload
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12Two port nonlinearityDownloadDownload
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13Small signal equivalent of a two port networkDownloadDownload
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14Small signal equivalent circuit of a two port networkDownloadDownload
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15Gain of a two port networkDownloadDownload
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16Constraints on small signal parameters to maximize the gainDownloadDownload
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17Constraints on large signal characteristics to maximize the gainDownloadDownload
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18Implications of constraints in terms of the circuit equivalentDownloadDownload
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19MOS transistor-descriptionDownloadDownload
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20MOS transistor large signal characteristicsDownloadDownload
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21MOS transistor large signal characteristics-graphical viewDownloadDownload
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22MOS transistor small signal characteristicsDownloadDownload
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23Linear (Triode) region of the MOS transistorDownloadDownload
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24Small signal amplifier using the MOS transistorDownloadDownload
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25Basic amplifier structureDownloadDownload
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26Problems with the basic structureDownloadDownload
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27Adding bias and signal-ac couplingDownloadDownload
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28Common source amplifier with biasingDownloadDownload
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29Common source amplifier: Small signal equivalent circuitDownloadDownload
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30Common source amplifier analysis: Effect of biasing componentsDownloadDownload
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31Constraint on the input coupling capacitorDownloadDownload
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32Constraint on the output coupling capacitorDownloadDownload
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33Dependence of ID on VDSDownloadDownload
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34Small signal output conductance of a MOS transistorDownloadDownload
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35Effect of gds on a common source amplifier; Inherent gain limit of a transistorDownloadDownload
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36Variation gm with transistor parametersDownloadDownload
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37Variation of gm with constant VGS and constant drain current biasDownloadDownload
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38Negative feedback control for constant drain current biasDownloadDownload
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39Types of feedback for constant drain current biasDownloadDownload
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40Sense at the drain and feedback to the gate-Drain feedbackDownloadDownload
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41Intuitive explanation of low sensitivity with drain feedbackDownloadDownload
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42Common source amplifier with drain feedback biasDownloadDownload
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43Constraint on the gate bias resistorDownloadDownload
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44Constraint on the input coupling capacitor DownloadDownload
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45Constraint on the output coupling capacitor DownloadDownload
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46Input and output resistances of the common source amplifier with constant VGS biasDownloadDownload
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47Current mirrorDownloadDownload
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48Common souce amplifier with current mirror biasDownloadDownload
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49Constraint on coupling capacitors and bias resistanceDownloadDownload
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50Diode connected transistorDownloadDownload
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51Source feedback biasingDownloadDownload
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52Common source amplifier with source feedback biasDownloadDownload
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53Constraints on capacitor valuesDownloadDownload
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54Sensing at the drain and feeding back to the sourceDownloadDownload
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55Sensing at the source and feeding back to the gateDownloadDownload
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56Ensuring that transistor is in saturationDownloadDownload
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57Using a resistor instead of current source for biasingDownloadDownload
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58Controlled sources using a MOS transistor-IntroductionDownloadDownload
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59Voltage controlled voltage sourceDownloadDownload
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60VCVS using a MOS transistorDownloadDownload
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61VCVS using a MOS transistor-Small signal pictureDownloadDownload
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62VCVS using a MOS transistor-Complete circuitDownloadDownload
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63Source follower: Effect of output conductance; Constraints on coupling capacitorsDownloadDownload
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64VCCS using a MOS transistorDownloadDownload
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65VCCS using a MOS transistor: Small signal pictureDownloadDownload
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66VCCS using a MOS transistor: Complete circuitDownloadDownload
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67VCCS using a MOS transistor: AC coupling the outputDownloadDownload
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68Source degenrated CS amplifierDownloadDownload
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69CCCS using a MOS transistorDownloadDownload
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70CCCS using a MOS transistor: Small signal pictureDownloadDownload
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71CCCS using a MOS transistor: Complete circuitDownloadDownload
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72CCVS using a MOS transistorDownloadDownload
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73CCVS using a MOS transistor: GainDownloadDownload
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74CCVS using a MOS transistor: Input and output resistancesDownloadDownload
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75CCVS using a MOS transistor: Complete circuitDownloadDownload
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76VCVS using an opampDownloadDownload
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77CCVS using an opampDownloadDownload
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78Negative feedback and virtual short in an opampDownloadDownload
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79Negative feedback and virtual short in a transistorDownloadDownload
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80Constraints on controlled sources using opamps and transistorsDownloadDownload
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81Quick tour of amplifying devicesDownloadDownload
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82Signal swing limits in amplifiersDownloadDownload
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83Swing limit due to transistor entering triode regionDownloadDownload
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84Swing limit due to transistor entering cutoff regionDownloadDownload
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85Swing limit calculation exampleDownloadDownload
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86Swing limits-more calculationsDownloadDownload
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87pMOS transistorDownloadDownload
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88Small signal model of the pMOS transistorDownloadDownload
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89Common source amplifier using the pMOS transistorDownloadDownload
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90Swing limits of the pMOS common source amplifierDownloadDownload
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91Biasing a pMOS transistor at a constant current; pMOS current mirrorDownloadDownload
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92Converting nMOS transistor circuits to pMOSDownloadDownload
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93Bias current generationDownloadDownload
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94Examples of more than one transistor in feedbackDownloadDownload
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95Gain limitation in a common source amplifier with resistive loadDownloadDownload
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96nMOS active load for pMOS common source amplifierDownloadPDF unavailable
97CMOS inverterDownloadPDF unavailable
98Large signal characteristics of pMOS CS amplifier with nMOS active loadDownloadPDF unavailable
99Large signal characteristics of nMOS CS amplifier with pMOS active loadDownloadPDF unavailable
100Large signal characteristics of a CMOS inverterDownloadPDF unavailable
101Active load amplifiers as digital gatesDownloadPDF unavailable
102Sensitivity of output bias to input bias in a CMOS inverterDownloadPDF unavailable
103Self biasing a CMOS inverterDownloadPDF unavailable
104An application of self biased invertersDownloadPDF unavailable
105Current consumption of a self-biased inverter; Current biasingDownloadPDF unavailable
106Amplifying a difference signal; Differential pairDownloadPDF unavailable
107Differential pair-small signal basicsDownloadPDF unavailable
108Biasing a differential pairDownloadPDF unavailable
109Differential pair with differential excitationDownloadPDF unavailable
110Differential pair with a current mirror loadDownloadPDF unavailable
111Differential pair with a current mirror load-operating pointDownloadPDF unavailable
112Differential pair with a current mirror load-Norton equivalent currentDownloadPDF unavailable
113Differential pair with a current mirror load-Norton equivalent resistanceDownloadPDF unavailable
114Common mode gainDownloadPDF unavailable
115Single stage opampDownloadPDF unavailable
116Single stage opamp: Input common mode swing limitsDownloadPDF unavailable
117Single stage opamp: Output swing limitsDownloadPDF unavailable
118Which transistor type to use for the second stage?DownloadPDF unavailable
119Small signal gainDownloadPDF unavailable
120DC negative feedback biasing of all stagesDownloadPDF unavailable
121DC negative feedback biasing of all stages, cont'dDownloadPDF unavailable
122Small signal model DownloadPDF unavailable
123Swing limits DownloadPDF unavailable
124Systematic offset; How to eliminate itDownloadPDF unavailable
125Bipolar junction transistor(BJT): Large signal modelDownloadPDF unavailable
126BJT model for calculating operating pointsDownloadPDF unavailable
127BJT small signal modelDownloadPDF unavailable
128Biasing a BJTDownloadPDF unavailable
129Biasing a BJT, cont'dDownloadPDF unavailable
130Amplifiers using BJTsDownloadPDF unavailable
131PNP transistorDownloadPDF unavailable