EL6413 Catalog Description

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EL6413
Analog
a
nd High Frequency Amplifier Design, Credits:
3.00


Catalog Description


Basic semiconductor physics, small
-
signal low frequency models for bipolar junction
transistors, biasing, and temperature compensation techniques
.

Physics, models, and
biasing for field
-
effect transistors.


General treatment of nonlinear controlled
sources. High frequency models
.
Single and multistage broadband small signal
amplifiers. Harmonic distortion analysis of amplifiers. Emitter follower analysis at
high

frequenc
ies
.

Operational

amplifiers, discrete, and analog integrated circuits.
Nonlinear Op
-
Amp applications. Circuit design techniques to increase Op
-
Amp slew
rate.


E
L6413 Course Syllabus


1)


Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJT)




a)


BJT C
ommon Emitter and Common Base Terminal Characteristics

b)


DC Circuit Models

c)


Small signal common emitter and common base AC models

d)


Biasing techniques including temperature compensation

2)


BJT Linear Amplifiers

a)


Common Emitte
r Amplifiers (gain, input impedance, output
impedance, and


maximum output swing

b)


Constant Current Biased Amplifier (Harmonic Distortion Analysis)

3)


Differential Pair Amplifier

a)


Transfer Characteristic

b)


DC Analysis

c)


Small
signal AC model

d)


Gain, input impedance, output impedance, harmonic distortion

4)


Differential Pair Amplifier (continued)

a)


Practical Realizations of constant current biasing

b)


Differential and Common Mode signals and gains

c)


C
ommon Mode Rejection Ratio

5)


Op
-
Amps

a)


Basic features

b)


Amplifier Stages

c)


Dc Voltage Level Shifters

d)


Current Mirrors

e)


Push
-
Pull to Single Ended Converters




6) Op
-
Amp Output Stages

a) Emitter Follower

b) Complement
ary Symmetry Class B

c) Class AB

d) Output Short Circuit Protection

e) 741 Op
-
Amp (dc and ac analysis)

7) Op
-
Amps (continued)




a)Slew Rate ( definition and example, cause for slew rate distortion, design





techniques to improve slew rate distortion)




b)Op
-
Amp Applications (Inverting Amplifier, Non
-
inverting Amplifier,



Voltage Follower, Summer, Integrator, Differentiator, Low Pass Filter,





Active Resona
nt Bandpass Filter, Nonlinear applications [Log
-
Amp, Half



Wave Rectifier, Full Wave Rectifier, Limiter, Peak Detector])

8) Field Effect Transistors




a)JFET and MOSFET (symbols, volt
-
ampere characteristics, dc biasing,



small signal models)




b)Common Source Amplifier (gain, input impedance, output impedance,



distortion)




c) Common Drain [Source Follower] (gain, input impedance, output




impedance)




d) Differential Pair




e) Op
-
Amp with FET Input

9) High Frequency Response of Amplifiers




a)BJT Hybrid Pi Model






b)Common Emitter Amplifier at High Frequency (Miller’s

Theorem)




c) Common Base Amplifier at High Frequency




d) FET High Frequency Models




e) Common Source Amplifier at High Frequency

10) High Frequency Response of Amplifiers (continued)




a) Emitter Follower

at high frequency (stability issues)




b) Frequency response of multi
-
stage amplifiers

11) Frequency Response of Op
-
Amp with Feedback



a)Inverting Amplifier



b)Non
-
inverting Amplifier



c) Gain Bandwidth P
roduct Rule

12) Frequency Compensation of OP
-
Amps



a) Uncompensated Op
-
Amp



b) Lag (Dominant Pole) Compensation



c) Lag
-
Lead Compensation



d) Lead Compensation


Text: Gray, Hurst, Lewis, Meyer, ANALYSIS AND D
ESIGN OF ANALOG INTEGRATED
CIRCUITS, 5
th

Edition, John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 2009,

ISBN 978
-
0
-
470
-
24599
-
6



GRADING POLICY

Homeworks


20%

Midterm



35%

Final Exam



45%