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Adaptive Integrated Microsystems Amplifier Basic Concepts When I2 is varied how does Vout change ? ? 2 = I Rail voltages Operational region 2 I 0 out V dd V What is the slope ?
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Adaptive Integrated Microsystems Amplifier Basic Concepts Extra current flows through the load impedance ? 2 = I What is the slope ? out V 2 I dd V 0 What is the voltage ? b ds I r 1
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Adaptive Integrated Microsystems What happens when load increases Output swing increases when the load increases out V 2 I dd V 0 b I I = 2 Larger output swing
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Unformatted text preview: Adaptive Integrated Microsystems Amplifier Basic Concepts 2 I b I I = 2 out V dd V R1 can supply current from Vdd M If r1 and r2 are equal what is the voltage at M ? Adaptive Integrated Microsystems Amplifier Basic Concepts Load of the amplifier Higher the load, greater is the output slope. How do we control ?- Use a MOS transistor and control one of the three terminals. I...
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