7.92 Consider the classical biasing scheme shown in Fig. 7.48(c), using a 9-V supply. For the MOSFET, Vt = 1 V, λ = 0, and kn = 2 mA/V2. Arrange that the drain current is 1 mA, with about one-third of the supply voltage across each of R S and RD. Use 22 M for the larger of RG1 and RG2. What are the values of R G1, RG2, RS, and RD that you have chosen? Specify them to two significant digits. For your design, how far is the drain voltage from the edge of saturation?

92 5 - 7.92 Consider the classical biasing scheme shown in Fig. 7.48(c), using a 9-V supply. For the MOSFET, Vt = 1 V, λ = 0, and kn = 2 mA/V2. Arrange that the drain current is 1 mA, with about one-third of the supply voltage across each of R S and RD. Use 22 M for the larger of RG1 and RG2. What are the values of R G1, RG2, RS, and RD that you have chosen? Specify them to two significant digits. For your design, how far is the drain voltage from the edge of saturation?

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images - 7.92 Consider the classical biasing scheme shown in Fig. 7.48(c), using a 9-V supply. For the MOSFET, Vt = 1 V, λ = 0, and kn = 2 mA/V2. Arrange that the drain current is 1 mA, with about one-third of the supply voltage across each of R S and RD. Use 22 M for the larger of RG1 and RG2. What are the values of R G1, RG2, RS, and RD that you have chosen? Specify them to two significant digits. For your design, how far is the drain voltage from the edge of saturation?

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