lec5---- cs with source resistance

lec5---- cs with source resistance - = τ The Common Source...

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Frequency Response of CD Amplifier
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Frequency Response of CD Amplifier Common Drain Amplifier High frequency equivalent circuit.
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Frequency Response of CD Amplifier Open Circuit time constant method Consider Capacitor sig gd R R = gd C
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Frequency Response of CD Amplifier Consider Capacitor Apply a test voltage source gs C ' ' 1 L m L sig gs R g R R R + + =
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Frequency Response of CD Amplifier Consider Capacitor L C o L C R R R L || =
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Frequency Response of CD Amplifier The upper 3dB frequency is given by: Where H H f πτ 2 1 = L C L gs gs gd gd H R C R C R C +
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Unformatted text preview: + = τ The Common Source Amplifier with Source Resistance Common Source with Source Resistance Midband Gain Midband Gain = Open Circuit Time Constant Req for Cgs IX + 1 2 Vs Vg Common Source with Source Resistance 1 2 3 Vg Vgs Vo 4 Ix Mid-band Gain = Rs (Ω) AM V/V Rgs (kΩ) Rgd (kΩ) ? H (k Rad/s) Gain BW M Rad/s-20 100 2105 453.5 9.07 100-14.3 71.5 1534 623 8.91 250-10 50.1 1105 865.7 8.66 Common Source with Source Resistance...
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