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Unformatted text preview: Figure 3. Problem 4. Assume does not equal to zero, obtain the voltage gain for each of the circuits shown in figure 4. Figure 4. Problem 5. For the circuits shown in figure 5, assume is not zero, find the R out . Figure 5. Problem 6. For the circuits shown in figure 6, assume =0, find the voltage gain. Figure 6. Problem 7. For the circuits shown in figure 7, assume is not zero, find the voltage gain. Figure 7. Problem 8. For the circuit shown in figure 8, assume that n C ox =200 A/V 2 and V THN =0.4V. Furthermore, suppose that I 1 is 1mA, C is very large, R D =500 and =0 . a) What is the W/L such that the voltage gain is 5? b) What is the DC voltage drop across R D ? c) If R 2 is twice as large as R 1, What is the required R 1 and R 2 such that M 1 is 200mV into the saturation region? Figure 8....
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 Winter '09
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