9.26 For the differential amplifier of Fig. 9.15(a) let I = 0.4 mA, VCC =VEE =2.5 V, VCM =−1 V, RC =5 k, andβ = 100. Assume that the BJTs havevBE =0.7 V at iC =1 mA. Find the voltage at the emitters and at the outputs.

9.26a - 9.26 For the differential amplifier of Fig. 9.15(a) let I = 0.4 mA, VCC =VEE =2.5 V, VCM =−1 V, RC =5 k, andβ = 100. Assume that the BJTs havevBE =0.7 V at iC =1 mA. Find the voltage at the emitters and at the outputs.9.26b - 9.26 For the differential amplifier of Fig. 9.15(a) let I = 0.4 mA, VCC =VEE =2.5 V, VCM =−1 V, RC =5 k, andβ = 100. Assume that the BJTs havevBE =0.7 V at iC =1 mA. Find the voltage at the emitters and at the outputs.

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images - 9.26 For the differential amplifier of Fig. 9.15(a) let I = 0.4 mA, VCC =VEE =2.5 V, VCM =−1 V, RC =5 k, andβ = 100. Assume that the BJTs havevBE =0.7 V at iC =1 mA. Find the voltage at the emitters and at the outputs.

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