9.116 Consider the amplifier of Fig. 9.40, whose parameters are specified in Example 9.6. If a manufacturing error results in the W/L ratio of Q7 being 48/0.8, find the current that Q7 will now conduct. Thus find the systematic offset voltage that will appear at the output. (Use the results of Example 9.6.) Assuming that the open-loop gain will remain approximately unchanged from the value found in Example 9.6, find the corresponding value of input offset voltage, VOS.

116 - 9.116 Consider the amplifier of Fig. 9.40, whose parameters are specified in Example 9.6. If a manufacturing error results in the W/L ratio of Q7 being 48/0.8, find the current that Q7 will now conduct. Thus find the systematic offset voltage that will appear at the output. (Use the results of Example 9.6.) Assuming that the open-loop gain will remain approximately unchanged from the value found in Example 9.6, find the corresponding value of input offset voltage, VOS.

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images - 9.116 Consider the amplifier of Fig. 9.40, whose parameters are specified in Example 9.6. If a manufacturing error results in the W/L ratio of Q7 being 48/0.8, find the current that Q7 will now conduct. Thus find the systematic offset voltage that will appear at the output. (Use the results of Example 9.6.) Assuming that the open-loop gain will remain approximately unchanged from the value found in Example 9.6, find the corresponding value of input offset voltage, VOS.

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