Tutorial Examples of Bad Circuit Design from CMOSedu.com


  1. Dueling Current Sources
  2. Biasing with a Voltage Source
  3. Compensating an Op-Amp
  4. Self-Biased References
  5. Not Providing a DC Path
  6. Breaking the Feedback Loop around an Op-Amp
  7. Not Controlling the Current in the Output Stage
  8. Canceling Wideband Thermal Noise
  9. Oscillating Self-Biased References (BGRs and BMRs)
  10. Low Power Design: Not Understanding Mismatch
  11. Using Split-Length Devices to replace a Cascode Structure
  12. Using RC networks and Miller Compensation




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