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Experiment / Assignment/ Tutorial No. 1

Title: Analysis of MOSFET

Aim and Objective of the Experiment

Analysis of MOSFET for analog performance

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COs to be achieved:

CO1: Recognize need of studying Analog VLSI circuits and various roles played by
MOSFET in these circuits

Stepwise-Procedure:

a) Plot variations of ro and Ron


Take Vto= 0.7Volts, gamma=0.0, W=10 µm, L= 2µm, Lambda= 0.0, VDD=
5Volts, Vgg=2.5Volts, VSB= 0.0Volts
1) Plot characteristic VDS Vs ID by dc analysis, vary VDD from 0V to 5V
in steps of 0.1Volts

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2) Plot characteristic which is derivative of plot in 1) above. This is


slope δID/δVDS
3) Plot characteristic which is 1/slope i.e 1/plot on 2) above. This is rO
and Ron.
4) Repeat steps 1,2,3 above for different values of lambda like 0.04,
0.05, 0.06. Do we find any difference in values of ro?

λ /Volt ro KΩ @VDS= Ron @ VDS=


4.0Volts 1.0Volts

0
0.04
0.05
0.06
Q1 If you keep 1 value of λ say = 0.05 and change only VGS what changes
do you observe in value of ro?

b) Plot variations of gm
Take Vto= 0.7Volts, gamma=0.0, W=10 µm, L= 2µm, Lambda= 0.04, VDD=
5Volts, Vgg=2.5Volts, VSB= 0.0Volts
1)Plot characteristics Vgg Vs ID by dc analysis, vary Vgg from 0V to 2.5V in
steps of 0.1Volts

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2)Plot characteristics which is derivative of plot in 1) above. This is slope


δID/δVgg i.e. δID/δVgs=gm

VGG=VGS Volts gm (Transconductance)


1.8
2.0
2.2

Q2 At same VGS can we get higher value of gm? If yes,how?

c) Plot variations of gmb


Take Vto= 0.7Volts, gamma=0.4, W=10 µm, L= 2µm, Lambda= 0.04, VDD=
5Volts, Vgg=2.5Volts, VSB= 2.0Volts
1)Plot characteristics VSB Vs ID by dc analysis, vary VSB from 0V to 2.0V in
steps of 0.1Volts
2)Plot characteristics which is derivative of plot in 1) above.
This is slope δID/δVSB =gmb
3) Repeat steps 1 & 2 with different values of gamma : 0.5, 0.6, 0.8

gamma gmb @ VSB= 1.0V ID @ VSB= 1.0V


0.4
0.5

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0.6
0.8

VSB Volts gmb @ gamma= 0.5 ID @ gamma=0.5


0.8
1.0
1.2

Q3 Explain or justify behaviour of ID in both above tables

Waveforms you should submit for only 1 combination in each case of a,b,c
i.e 3 waveform sets with appropriate titles for each, specify values of
lambda, gamma, W, L, VSB etc.
Also submit 1 page or 2 pages consisting of all 3 SPICE programs with
above tables and post lab 3 questions answered.

Conclusion:

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