9.107 A current-mirror-loaded MOS differential amplifier is found to have a differential voltage gain Ad of 50 V/V and a CMRR of 60 dB. If the output resistance of the bias current source is 20 k and the output resistance of the current-mirror load is 20 k, what is the expected magnitude of the deviation from unity of the current gain of the load mirror?

107 - 9.107 A current-mirror-loaded MOS differential amplifier is found to have a differential voltage gain Ad of 50 V/V and a CMRR of 60 dB. If the output resistance of the bias current source is 20 k and the output resistance of the current-mirror load is 20 k, what is the expected magnitude of the deviation from unity of the current gain of the load mirror?

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images - 9.107 A current-mirror-loaded MOS differential amplifier is found to have a differential voltage gain Ad of 50 V/V and a CMRR of 60 dB. If the output resistance of the bias current source is 20 k and the output resistance of the current-mirror load is 20 k, what is the expected magnitude of the deviation from unity of the current gain of the load mirror?

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