By Willy M Sansen
This e-book is entitled Analog layout necessities since it comprises all issues of significance to the analog clothier that are necessary to receive enough insights to do an intensive activity.
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It is the minimum output voltage for DSsat which the MOST operates in saturation, exhibiting a large output resistance r , and thus o large gain. 0185 The minimum V , for which the MOST operates in saturation, is little less than V −V , DSsat GS T which also sets the current depending on the transistor dimensions W and L. 2 V. The voltage loss V is DSsat also small. 5 V. 5 V without losing gain. This creates a severe limitation in output swing. Bipolar transistors always exhibit a minimum output voltage of a few times kT/q.
One of these phenomena is the eﬀect of the vertical electric ﬁeld E across the oxide. It is used mainly c by designers, not by technologists. The transconductance g in velocity saturation, can be obtained by taking the derivative of msat the current again. For large V −V , a simple expression is found for g . This must obviously GS T msat equal the original expression of g with v in it. msat sat Equation of both expressions of g shows that this parameter h depends on the channel msat length. The smaller L, the larger h.
This is probably one of the most basic compromises in analog CMOS design. High-gain devices such as at the input of operational ampliﬁers, have to be designed for small V −V GS T 34 Chapter #1 and for large channel length L. For high frequency designs, such as VCO’s and LNA’s, it is exactly the opposite. Remember that setting the values of V −V is the same as setting the ratio of g /I or the GS T m DS same as setting the inversion coeﬃcient i=I /I . DS DSt 0163 For a speciﬁc V −V , the GS T frequencies f are easily plotT ted versus channel length L, as shown in this slide.
Analog Design Essentials (The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science) by Willy M Sansen