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# MIT 6 002 - Electronic Circuits

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MASSACHVSETTS INSTITVTE OF TECHNOLOGYDepartment of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science6.002 - Electronic CircuitsFall 2004Homework #3Handout F04-020Issued 9/23/2004 - Due 10/1/2004Helpful Readings for this Homework: Chapter 5, Chapter 6.1-6.10Exercise 3.1: How many different Boolean functions are there of 3 variables? Of n variables?Exercise 3.2: Do Exercise 5.6, p.408, parts a, b, and d.Exercise 3.3: Do Exercise 6.2, p.474 (continues on p.475).Problem 3.1: Do Problem 5.2, p.410 (continues on p.411).Problem 3.2: An inverter has the input/output transfer characteristic shown below:For suitable choices of the voltages VOL, VIL, VIH, and VOH this inverter obeys the static discipline (see Figure 5.8 on page 373 in the notes).Give values of VOL, VIL, VIH, and VOH that actually achieve the static discipline with the maximum positive noise margin. What is the noise margin you obtained?Problem 3.3: Do Problem 6.9, p.483, but with the following modification: You need only design an inverter that meets the specifi...MASSACHVSETTS INSTITVTE OF TECHNOLOGYDepartment of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science6.002 - Electronic CircuitsFall 2004Homework #3Handout F04-020Issued 9/23/2004 - Due 10/1/2004Helpful Readings for this Homework: Chapter 5, Chapter 6.1-6.10Exercise 3.1: How many different Boolean functions are there of 3 variables? Of n variables?Exercise 3.2: Do Exercise 5.6, p.408, parts a, b, and d.Exercise 3.3: Do Exercise 6.2, p.474 (continues on p.475).Problem 3.1: Do Problem 5.2, p.410 (continues on p.411).Problem 3.2: An inverter has the input/output transfer characteristic shown below:0123450 1 2 3 4 5VoutVinFor suitable choices of the voltages VOL, VIL, VIH, and VOH this inverter obeys the static discipline (see Figure 5.8 on page 373 in the notes).Give values of VOL, VIL, VIH, and VOH that actually achieve the static discipline with the maximum positive noise margin. What is the noise margin you obtained?Problem 3.3: Do Problem 6.9, p.483, but with the following modification: You need only design an inverter that meets the specification; you need not find a minimum area solution. Also, in calculating thearea of your inverter you need to consider only the area taken by the gates of the transistors; you may ignore the area taken by source and drain regions and by interconnect. (Please note that the L and W for the resistor and MOSFET may be

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