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mosfet_amps - reduction in gain by a factor of 1/(1+ g m R...

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1 Single Stage MOS Amplifiers 1) Common-Source Amplifier
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2 Single Stage MOS Amplifiers 2) Common-Source Amplifier with a Source Resistance
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3 Single Stage MOS Amplifiers 3) Common-Gate Amplifier
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4 Single Stage MOS Amplifiers 4) Common-Drain or Source-Follower Amplifier
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5 Summary of Discrete MOSFET Amplifier Characteristics Common-Source ( CS ) Configuration: inverting configuration with very high R in good general-purpose gain stage for voltage amplifiers incorporating some resistance in the source circuit, R S , (sometimes called a source-degeneration resistor, R s ) allows for better stability at the cost of a
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Unformatted text preview: reduction in gain by a factor of 1/(1+ g m R S ). Common-Gate ( CG ) Configuration: non-inverting configuration with low R in good current buffer to connect a current signal with a low output resistance, via a low-input-resistance, to a moderate/high load resistance; good high-frequency response (better than CS ). Common-Drain ( CD ) Configuration ( a.k.a. Source-Follower ): non-inverting configuration with very high R in good voltage buffer to connect a voltage signal with a high output resistance, via a high-input-resistance, to a moderate/low load resistance;...
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This note was uploaded on 12/21/2010 for the course EECE EECE 254 taught by Professor Robinturner,purangabomasumi during the Spring '09 term at UBC.

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