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thoppa
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h5p3:
Continuing with our analysis of the source follower, we now want to examine its smallsignal behavior.
We have exactly the same situation as we had in H5P2 (but the numbers will be different.)
Derive an algebraic expression for the incremental output voltage vout in terms of parameters K, VT, and RS, the input bias voltage VIN, and the incremental input voltage vin.
Hint: Remember that you computed the total output voltage vOUT in H5P2. Also remember that vout=vin⋅∂vOUT∂vINvIN=VIN.
So, in the space provided below, write your algebraic expression for vout:
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thoppa Group Title
h5p3: Continuing with our analysis of the source follower, we now want to examine its smallsignal behavior. We have exactly the same situation as we had in H5P2 (but the numbers will be different.) Derive an algebraic expression for the incremental output voltage vout in terms of parameters K, VT, and RS, the input bias voltage VIN, and the incremental input voltage vin. Hint: Remember that you computed the total output voltage vOUT in H5P2. Also remember that vout=vin⋅∂vOUT∂vINvIN=VIN. So, in the space provided below, write your algebraic expression for vout:
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gkc143 Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
K/2*(vINvOUTVT)^2
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gkc143 Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
sry these r ans for h5p3 vin*(11/sqrt(1+(2*K*RS*(VINVT)))) u have to substitiute th evalues in the above ean and get the answer for next two
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