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Design of n-FET Hello ! I got an assignment today - everyone got a different topic and i'm supposed to design an n-FET. Can you give some steps on how to proceed to design the n-FET ? Given I have n-FET Configuration: CS Biasing: Voltage Divider Frequency Range: 450 Hz - 200 Hz Input signal: 40 mV [Sinusoidal, f = 25kHz] Rs = 0.5 kOhm Midband Gain =15 I don't really need the calculations, I just want the steps like, Given you have Vi, you can calculate *this* and *that* From *this* and *that* you can get *xxx* Thank you !

MIT 6.002 Circuits and Electronics, Spring 2007
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I'd love to help! But it's been 40 years since I last studied this material. Very sorry.
No Problem ! Thanks for trying :)

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