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homework4_sol - 1 For this amplifier V i1 =V i2 implies...

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g) What major advantage does this circuit offer with respect to a resistively loaded differential amplifier? Solution: The gain of the resistively loaded differential amplifier is limited by the requirement that DD D V R I < 3 2
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Unformatted text preview: 1 For this amplifier, V i1 =V i2 implies that there is no voltage drop across the resistors. Thus, they can be made as large as needed to increase the small-signal gain without affecting the output bias voltage....
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