By Willy M Sansen
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GS The resulting expression is a useful tool to predict high-frequency performance. It will be used in many later Chapters to establish upper limits of frequency performance. Obviously, the transition values of channel length L, for speciﬁc values of V −V are the GS T same as for the transconductance g . 2 V, channel lengths below 65 nm provide m GS T operation fully in velocity saturation. Comparison of MOST and bipolar transistors 35 0165 At low currents, the absolute values of the transconductance g are low, m yielding low values for frequency f as well.
F B Parameter D is the diﬀusion constant of the electrons in the p-Base region. In high-speed devices however, all electrons move at maximum speed, which is the speed of velocity saturation v sat (107 cm/s), very much as in a high-speed MOST. The time needed by the electrons to ﬂow through the Base is then easily calculated. It is in the order of ps. 2 mm, t is a mere 2 ps!!! F Comparison of MOST and bipolar transistors 43 0179 The other capacitances are all junction capacitances indeed, all reverse biased.
There are three positions where a capacitance can occur. Normally the load capacitance is the largest one, as it consists of all interconnect capacitance to the next stage and the feedback capacitances applied (as in switched-capacitance ﬁlters). Here only a load capacitance C is present. The low L frequency gain A is as v0 before. The pole frequency, at which the gain starts decreasing is called the bandwidth BW or the −3dB frequency. It is simply determined by the output RC time constant. The product of the low-frequency gain and the bandwidth is called the Gain-Bandwidth product GBW.
Analog Design Essentials (The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science) by Willy M Sansen