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SINGLE-STAGE MOS AMPLIFIERS The Basic Structure EXERCISE 4.3 2 / 1 ) / ( ' , 5 . 1 , 15 15 , 7 . 4 , 5 . 0 , 10 V mA L W k and v V k R M R mA I V V V n t D G SS DD = = = = = = = Find 0 , , , , , r and g V V V V V m D S G GS OV assume V V A 75 =

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Characterizing Amplifiers Does not include the resistance of the source Includes the Resistance of the source i i in R i i i i v R i v R L = = = ; Input Resistance sig in in sig i R R R v v + = = L R i vo v v A 0 Open Circuit Voltage Gain = L R sig vo v v G 0 Open Circuit Overall Voltage Gain i v v v A 0 Voltage Gain sig v v v G 0 Overall Voltage Gain EXAMPLE 4.11 A transistor amplifier is fed with a signal having an open circuit voltage mV v sig 10 = , and an internal resistance = k R sig 100 . Find the parameters in the table above for the following data: ) ( mV v i ) ( 0 mV v Without l R 9 90 With l R 8 70
The common Source Amplifier EXERCISE 4.32

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Unformatted text preview: Continue EXERCISE 4.30 Find out vo in R and A R , , , both without and with r . Then calculate the overall gain, with r taken into account, for the case of Ω = k R sig 100 and Ω = k R L 15 . What is the output signal v if sig v is .4-V peak to peak sinusoid. The common source amplifier with a Source Resistance EXERCISE 4.32 If we modify EXERCISE 4.32 by including Rs. I f the signal increases three times, what is the value of Rs to keep the output at the same value. Common Gate Amplifier Common Drain Amplifier...
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