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SEQUEL: examples

(Electronics)

Mahesh B. Patil

Department of Electrical Engineering

IIT Bombay

sequel@ee.iitb.ac.in

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A few tips

  • Examples shown here are available as .sqproj files.
  • To run an example, open the project, and click on run.
  • When execution is completed, the “graphs”

menu will automatically open.

  • Select the x and y axes, and plot the results.
  • To change parameters (e.g., resistance values), refer

to the GUI manual.

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triangle_to_sine.sqproj

Input spectrum

Output spectrum

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mos_vco_1.sqproj

Vin=1.5 V

Vin=2.0 V

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inv_amp.sqproj

(saturation at large input)

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inv_amp_ac.sqproj

R2=10 k

R2=50 k

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non_inv_amp.sqproj

(slew rate limitation)

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difference_amp.sqproj

(note: common-mode voltage gets removed)

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integrator_741.sqproj

(note: common-mode voltage gets removed)

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opamp_current_source_1.sqproj

Note: currents are in phase with

the input voltage

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opamp_current_source_1.sqproj

Note: v(6,4) is not in phase with

the input voltage

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opamp_regulator.sqproj

  • Note: regulation with respect to
  • Input voltage change
  • Output load current
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bass_equalizer.sqproj

a_pot=0

a_pot=1

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sc_lpf.sqproj

f=1 k

f=5 k

f=20 k

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sc_notch.sqproj

f=100 Hz

f=60 Hz

f=20 Hz

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sc_lpf_5th_1.sqproj

f=1 kHz

f=2 kHz

f=100 Hz

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References

  • A. S. Sedra and K. C. Smith, “Microelectronic Circuits”, 5th Edition,

Oxford University Press, 2004.

  • R. J. Baker, H. W. Li, and D. E. Boyce, “CMOS: Circuit Design,

Layout and Simulation,” IEEE Press Series on Microelectronic

Systems, 1997.

  • J. M. Fiore, “Op Amps and Linear Integrated Circuits,” Delmar

Thomson Learning, 2001.

  • S. Franco, “Design with Operational Amplifiers and Analog

Integrated Circuits,” McGraw-Hill International, 1998.