10.29 Consider a CS amplifier having gm = 2 mA/V, ro = 20 k, RL = 20 k, Rsig = 20 k, Cgs = 20 fF,Cgd = 5 fF, and CL = 5 fF. (a) Find the voltage gain AM and the 3-dB frequency fH (using the methodof open-circuit time constants) and hence the gain–bandwidth product. (b) Repeat (a) for the casein which a resistance Rs is connected in series with the source terminal with a value selected so thatgm Rs = 2 .

image 707 - 10.29 Consider a CS amplifier having gm = 2 mA/V, ro = 20 k, RL = 20 k, Rsig = 20 k, Cgs = 20 fF,Cgd = 5 fF, and CL = 5 fF. (a) Find the voltage gain AM and the 3-dB frequency fH (using the methodof open-circuit time constants) and hence the gain–bandwidth product. (b) Repeat (a) for the casein which a resistance Rs is connected in series with the source terminal with a value selected so thatgm Rs = 2 .
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