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EE 310 Lecture 11 Biasing with a Current Source Lecture 11 Page 1
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EE 310 Lecture 11 The Active Load Problem: Resistors consume too much chip area. How do we replace them with something smaller? Lecture 11 Page 2
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EE 310 Lecture 11 Enhancement Load Example First solve for V I = 1.5 V. Which region(s) are the MOSFETs in? Lecture 11 Page 3
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EE 310 Lecture 11 Enhancement Load Example (Continued) Next solve for
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Unformatted text preview: V I = 5 V. Which region(s) are the MOSFETs in? Lecture 11 Page 4 EE 310 Lecture 11 The MOSFET Current Mirror as a Current Source Matched devices implies that K n 1 = K n 2 = K n , V TN 1 = V TN 2 = V TN , 1 = 2 = Assume matched devices Lecture 11 Page 5 EE 310 Lecture 11 All-MOSFET Current Mirror (no resistors) Assume matched devices Lecture 11 Page 6...
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Lecture_11 - V I = 5 V. Which region(s) are the MOSFETs in?...

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