*9.108 Design the circuit of Fig. 9.36(a) using a basic current mirror to implement the current source I. It is required that the short-circuit transconductance be 5 mA/V. Use ±5-V power supplies and BJTs that have β = 100 and VA =100 V. Give the complete circuit with component values and specify the differential input resistance Rid, the output resistance Ro, the open-circuit voltage gain Ad, the input bias current, the input common-mode range, the common-mode gain, and the CMRR.

108 - *9.108 Design the circuit of Fig. 9.36(a) using a basic current mirror to implement the current source I. It is required that the short-circuit transconductance be 5 mA/V. Use ±5-V power supplies and BJTs that have β = 100 and VA =100 V. Give the complete circuit with component values and specify the differential input resistance Rid, the output resistance Ro, the open-circuit voltage gain Ad, the input bias current, the input common-mode range, the common-mode gain, and the CMRR.

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images - *9.108 Design the circuit of Fig. 9.36(a) using a basic current mirror to implement the current source I. It is required that the short-circuit transconductance be 5 mA/V. Use ±5-V power supplies and BJTs that have β = 100 and VA =100 V. Give the complete circuit with component values and specify the differential input resistance Rid, the output resistance Ro, the open-circuit voltage gain Ad, the input bias current, the input common-mode range, the common-mode gain, and the CMRR.

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