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Hi members,


I need materials related to transistors sizing. I need to study all the Theoritical and practical aspect of that techniques.

I'll donate 10 points for real help.

Thanks in advance.
 

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Transistor sizing

Don't get you about transistor sizing. Looks like you're trying to learn the whole thing of ckt design. Grab any classic book and do a project.
 

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Re: Transistor sizing

That is correct. Thx
 

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Re: Transistor sizing

darkk said:
Don't get you about transistor sizing. Looks like you're trying to learn the whole thing of ckt design. Grab any classic book and do a project.
Hi darkk,

I didn't say that I need to study physics of semiconductor. I need just study the physics that a layout engineer uses for transistor sizing.

Thanks anyway for your help.
 

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Transistor sizing

In order to be a GOOD Analog IC Layout engineer, exactly the same as the one used by the circuit logic designer (actually more than that and I would say you should know as much as possible)
 

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Transistor sizing

if you are a layout engineer, you will get the schematic with the exact transistor sizes and guidelines for matching...you should follow these, I would be very angry if the layout engineer would use different sizes, than I send him/her...
 

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Re: Transistor sizing

i do have an experience in layout wherein I followed the one in the schematic but I got an error. I already followed the design rules. The result tells me that I must consider sizing. So, I add some space in actual layout to satisfy the verification. Why is that?
 

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Re: Transistor sizing

Hi, I suggust reading the classic IEEE paper by Pelgrom, that will give you a good introduction to choosing transistor sizes as related to the material realisation (layout). Check out post for downloading paper:



Or I can email it to you directly.
 

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