5.29 Figure P5.29 shows two NMOS transistors operating in saturation at equal VGS and VDS. (a) If the two devices are matched except for a maximum possible mismatch in their W/L ratios of 3%, what is the maximum resulting mismatch in the drain currents? (b) If the two devices are matched except for a maximum possible mismatch in their Vt values of 10 mV, what is the maximum resulting mismatch in the drain currents? Assume that the nominal value of V t is 0.6 V.

29 1 - 5.29 Figure P5.29 shows two NMOS transistors operating in saturation at equal VGS and VDS. (a) If the two devices are matched except for a maximum possible mismatch in their W/L ratios of 3%, what is the maximum resulting mismatch in the drain currents? (b) If the two devices are matched except for a maximum possible mismatch in their Vt values of 10 mV, what is the maximum resulting mismatch in the drain currents? Assume that the nominal value of V t is 0.6 V.

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images - 5.29 Figure P5.29 shows two NMOS transistors operating in saturation at equal VGS and VDS. (a) If the two devices are matched except for a maximum possible mismatch in their W/L ratios of 3%, what is the maximum resulting mismatch in the drain currents? (b) If the two devices are matched except for a maximum possible mismatch in their Vt values of 10 mV, what is the maximum resulting mismatch in the drain currents? Assume that the nominal value of V t is 0.6 V.

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