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## ECE 342 study guide

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# ECE 342 study guide ECE 342

Chinnies Chibuko
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ECE 342 STUDY GUIDE Read up on the following topics KVL/KCL & Thevenin/Norton Theorems Dependent and Independent sources Incremental models PMOS AND NMOS Common source Amplifier again ECE342 Midterm - I Spring 2016 Test Date: 2/18/2016 Total Problems: 3 Total Pages: 4 Last Name: First Name: Student ID (last four digits): 1. (30 points) 2. (30 points) 3. (40 points) Total (100 points) Transistor parameters NMOS: ▯ C = 100▯A=V ; V = 1V; n ox TH PMOS: ▯pCox = 50▯A=V ; jV THj = 1V; Good Luck! ECE342: Electronic Circuits 1 Spring 2016 PROBLEM 1. (30 points) Determine the expression for input to output voltage gain, A = vout for the circuit shown below. v vin VCCS νout ν1 g ν RL m 1 RS ν in ECE342: Electronic Circuits 2 Spring 2016 PROBLEM 2. (30 points) Consider the circuit shown below that uses a voltage controlled curent source (VCCS). (i) Draw the equivalent incremental model (10 points). (ii) Determine vout the expression for incremental gainv A = (20 points). vin RS νout+ VOUT νin V r ▯ XY 1 ▯▯▯ ▯ RL V IN ECE342: Electronic Circuits 3 Spring 2016 PROBLEM 3. (40 points) Determine currents I X and IY when R = 20 kΩ in the circuit shown below (10 points). Also determine the region of operation of each transistor (10 points). What is the maximum value of resistance R for which the PMOS transistor 1 would operate in saturation region? (20 points). V DD= 5V 400 100 200µA 1 1 M 1 X I 100 200 Y R 50µA 1 1 ECE342: Electronic Circuits 4 Spring 2016

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