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Dr. Leach's Noise Potpourri - For access, contact me at:
George Erdi, "Amplifier techniques for combining low noise, precision, and high-speed performance," IEEE J. Solid-State Circuits, vol. sc-16, no. 6, Dec. 1981. This paper describes the design of the OP-27 low-noise operational amplifier.
An Inductorless Wideband Balun-LNA in 65nm CMOS with balanced output
Click here to read how to use superposition with controlled sources.
Guidelines for Submitting Homework
Linear Technology has a free verdion of SPICE that has no built-in limits. It can be used to run SPICE netlists (files with the extension .cir) or files created by a graphical interface. Click here to download it.
Quiz 1 (Corrected 10/ax/2010)
You may work in groups of two and turn in only one set of solutions. Please follow the homework guidelines above.
Assignment 1, Assignment 2, Assignment 3, Assignment 4, Assignment 5
Quiz 1, Quiz 2
BJT Noise, JFET Noise, Design Project
Assignment 5 - due Monday, December 1
Orientation Experiment, Text Noise Files: white pink
Revised Experiment 06
Laboratory Design Project
Orientation Laboratory Experiment, White Noise File, Pink Noise File - The white and pink noise files are ascii files which you will load into the lab function generator. The resulting noise that will be generated is called pseudo-random noise because it is a periodic waveform that is random within each period.
Final Exam - Your exam is to derive the equations in the paper by Steyaert, Chang, and Sansen. You are expected to work independently on the exam. If you are stuck or have any questions, you can come to me. A cover sheet will be posted to the class web page which you are to attach to the exam when you submit it. It is due at the end of the scheduled exam period for the class which is 2:20 p.m. on Friday, December 13. You will find several pencil notes that I made when I read the paper. These may or may not be correct. Please let me know if you think any of them are incorrect. When you write up your solutions, write them single sided, double spaced. You should show all steps in your derivations.
Exam Cover Sheet
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