7.66 A common-source amplifier utilizes a MOSFET operated at V OV = 0.25 V. The amplifier feeds a load resistance R L = 15 k. The designer selects RD = 2RL. If it is required to realize an overall voltage gain Gv of −10 V/V what gm is needed? Also specify the bias current ID. If, to increase the output signal swing, RD is reduced to RD = RL, what does Gv become?

66 9 - 7.66 A common-source amplifier utilizes a MOSFET operated at V OV = 0.25 V. The amplifier feeds a load resistance R L = 15 k. The designer selects RD = 2RL. If it is required to realize an overall voltage gain Gv of −10 V/V what gm is needed? Also specify the bias current ID. If, to increase the output signal swing, RD is reduced to RD = RL, what does Gv become?

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images - 7.66 A common-source amplifier utilizes a MOSFET operated at V OV = 0.25 V. The amplifier feeds a load resistance R L = 15 k. The designer selects RD = 2RL. If it is required to realize an overall voltage gain Gv of −10 V/V what gm is needed? Also specify the bias current ID. If, to increase the output signal swing, RD is reduced to RD = RL, what does Gv become?

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