EE 420L Analog Integrated Circuit Design Laboratory
Spring 2015, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

 

Student lab reports are found here.

 
Current grades are located
here.
 
Project - using as many diodes, resistors, and capacitors as needed, along with CD4007 chips from the same production lot (see date code on the top of chip) to ensure current mirrors are possible, design and build a bandgap voltage reference (BGR). Your report, in html, should detail your design considerations, simulation results (using the models you generated in lab 8), and measured results showing the BGR's performance (how the reference voltage changes with VDD). It would be good, but it's not required, if you could also characterize the BGR performance with temperature. Your report is due at the end of lab on Friday, May 8. Access to your CMOSedu.com accounts will be removed at this time. 
 
April 17 - Lab9 - Design of a Beta-Multiplier Reference (BMR) using the CD4007 CMOS transistor array, due April 24  
April 10 - Lab8 - Characterization of the CD4007 CMOS transistor array, due April 17
March 20 -
 Lab7 - Design of an audio amplifier, due April 10   
March 6 - Lab6 - Single-stage transistor amplifiers, due March 20
February 27 - 
Lab5 - Op-amps III, the op-amp integrator, due March 6 
February 20 - Lab4 - Op-amps II, gain-bandwidth product and slewing, due February 27
February 6 - Lab3 - Op-amps I, basic topologies, finite gain, and offset, due February 20 
January 30 - Lab2 - Operation of a compensated scope probe, due February 6   
January 23 -
Lab1 - Review of basic RC circuits, due January 30  
 

Instructor: R. Jacob Baker

Lab Assistant: Yiyan Li  
Time: Friday from 8:30 AM to 11:15 AM

Course dates: Friday, January 23 to Friday, May 8

Location: TBE B-311

Holiday: April 3 (Spring break)

Course content Applications and study of modern electronic analog and digital circuits. Advanced instrumentation.

Credits: 1

Corequisite: EE 420; Prerequisite: EE 320L

 

Grading
30% Quizzes
40% Lab Reports

30% Project
 

Policies 

  • Unlike the lectures, laptops can be used during the lab. Please bring your laptop with you to lab!
  • If a quiz is open book then only the course textbook can be used (no ebooks, Kindle, Nook, etc., older/international editions, or photocopies).
  • No late work accepted. Regularly being tardy for labs, leaving in the middle of labs, or leaving early is unacceptable without consent of the instructor.
  • Cheating or plagiarism will result in an automatic F grade in the lab
  • Questions for the instructor (only) should be asked in person (not via email).
  

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