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kintzlr
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Hello,
I'm having trouble with problem 8.7.
One of the constraints for operation in the saturation region is
vDS >= vGSVT
My question:
What is vDS in this scenario?
I assume it is: vDS = vO (VS)
i.e. vDS = vO+VS
...and similarly..
vGS = vIn  (VS)
i.e. vGS = vIn + VS
Is this correct?
I cannot get my answer to match the answer in the back of the book and I suspect it is related to this.
Thanks in advance,
 Randy
 one year ago
 one year ago
kintzlr Group Title
Hello, I'm having trouble with problem 8.7. One of the constraints for operation in the saturation region is vDS >= vGSVT My question: What is vDS in this scenario? I assume it is: vDS = vO (VS) i.e. vDS = vO+VS ...and similarly.. vGS = vIn  (VS) i.e. vGS = vIn + VS Is this correct? I cannot get my answer to match the answer in the back of the book and I suspect it is related to this. Thanks in advance,  Randy
 one year ago
 one year ago

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I'm attaching an image to show the amplifier circuit that I'm referring to.
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Doesn't seem like there's much help out here. I posted a simple question that is directly from the book associated with this course. That was 11 days ago, and no help. When I signed up, I think the claim was that most questions are answered within 45 minutes. Bummer. I was hoping to find people, like myself, who are trying to work through problems at the end of each chapter in the book.
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