# Lecture_7 - gs = 0.2 pF, C gd = 0.04 pF, and R L = 10 k...

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EE 311 Lecture 7 The Effect of Source Resistance on MOSFET Transconductance Lecture 7 Page 1

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EE 311 Lecture 7 Short-Circuit Current Gain of the MOSFET The AC gate current is nonzero because of the device capacitances: Lecture 7 Page 2
EE 311 Lecture 7 Unity-Gain Frequency Example 7.12 Calculate f T if g m = 1 mA/V, C gs = 0.2 pF, and C gd = 0.04 pF Lecture 7 Page 3

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EE 311 Lecture 7 The Miller Effect in MOSFETs Lecture 7 Page 4
EE 311 Lecture 7 Miller Effect Example 7.13 Find C M and f T for the MOSFET shown: g m = 1 mA/V, C

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Unformatted text preview: gs = 0.2 pF, C gd = 0.04 pF, and R L = 10 k Lecture 7 Page 5 EE 311 Lecture 7 MOSFET Amplifier Example Find C M and the upper -3 dB frequency of the amplifier shown: K n = 0.5 mA/V 2 , V TN = 2 V, and = 0 C gs = 1 pF, and C gd = 0.1 pF Lecture 7 Page 6 EE 311 Lecture 7 MOSFET Amplifier Example (Continued) Find C M and the upper -3 dB frequency of the amplifier shown: K n = 0.5 mA/V 2 , V TN = 2 V, and = 0 C gs = 1 pF, and C gd = 0.1 pF Lecture 7 Page 7...
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## This note was uploaded on 09/24/2009 for the course EE 311 taught by Professor Wharton during the Fall '09 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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Lecture_7 - gs = 0.2 pF, C gd = 0.04 pF, and R L = 10 k...

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