8.45 Consider the CMOS amplifier analyzed in Example 8.4. Ifv I consists of a dc bias component onwhich is superimposed a sinusoidal signal, find the value of the dc component that will result in the maximum possible signal swing at the output with almost-linear operation. What is the amplitude of the output sinusoid resulting? (Note: In practice, the amplifier would have a feedback circuit that caused it to operate at a point near the middle of its linear region.)

8.45 - 8.45 Consider the CMOS amplifier analyzed in Example 8.4. Ifv I consists of a dc bias component onwhich is superimposed a sinusoidal signal, find the value of the dc component that will result in the maximum possible signal swing at the output with almost-linear operation. What is the amplitude of the output sinusoid resulting? (Note: In practice, the amplifier would have a feedback circuit that caused it to operate at a point near the middle of its linear region.)

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images - 8.45 Consider the CMOS amplifier analyzed in Example 8.4. Ifv I consists of a dc bias component onwhich is superimposed a sinusoidal signal, find the value of the dc component that will result in the maximum possible signal swing at the output with almost-linear operation. What is the amplitude of the output sinusoid resulting? (Note: In practice, the amplifier would have a feedback circuit that caused it to operate at a point near the middle of its linear region.)

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