Microelectronic Circuit Design

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CHAPTER 14 14.1 (a) Common-collector Amplifier (npn) (emitter-follower) R E Q 1 R 1 R 2 R 3 + - v o R I v i (b) Not a useful circuit because the signal is injected into the drain of the transistor. R 3 + - M 1 R D v i R I v o R 1 (c) Common-emitter Amplifier (pnp) 1 k R C + - R 3 100 k Q 1 R 1 R 2 R I v i v o © R. C. Jaeger & T. N. Blalock - February 20, 2007 14-1
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14.1 (d) Common-source Amplifier (NMOS) + - R 3 1 k R D 470 k M 1 R 2 R 1 v i R I v o (e) Common-gate Amplifier (PMOS) R 1 R 3 R D + - M 1 v i R I v o (f) Common-collector Amplifier (emitter-follower) (npn) R 1 Q 1 R E R 2 R 3 + - v o R I v i 14-2 © R. C. Jaeger & T. N. Blalock - February 20, 2007
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14.1 (h) Common-base Amplifier (pnp) R C R E Q 1 R 3 + - R I v i v o (i) Not a useful circuit since the signal is being taken out of the base terminal. R E Q 1 R B R 3 + - R I v i v o (j) Common-source Amplifier (PMOS) 1 k R D + - R 3 470 k M 1 R 2 R 1 R I v i v o © R. C. Jaeger & T. N. Blalock - February 20, 2007 14-3
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