9.33 To provide insight into the possibility of nonlinear distortion resulting from large differential input signals applied to the differential amplifier of Fig. 9.14, evaluate the normalized change in the current iE1, iE1/I = iE1 −(I/2)/I, for differential input signals vid of 2, 5, 8, 10, 20, 30, and 40 mV. Provide a tabulation of the ratio iE1/I/vid, which represents the proportional transconductance gain of the differential pair, versus vid. Comment on the linearity of the differential pair as an amplifier

9.33 - 9.33 To provide insight into the possibility of nonlinear distortion resulting from large differential input signals applied to the differential amplifier of Fig. 9.14, evaluate the normalized change in the current iE1, iE1/I = iE1 −(I/2)/I, for differential input signals vid of 2, 5, 8, 10, 20, 30, and 40 mV. Provide a tabulation of the ratio iE1/I/vid, which represents the proportional transconductance gain of the differential pair, versus vid. Comment on the linearity of the differential pair as an amplifier

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images - 9.33 To provide insight into the possibility of nonlinear distortion resulting from large differential input signals applied to the differential amplifier of Fig. 9.14, evaluate the normalized change in the current iE1, iE1/I = iE1 −(I/2)/I, for differential input signals vid of 2, 5, 8, 10, 20, 30, and 40 mV. Provide a tabulation of the ratio iE1/I/vid, which represents the proportional transconductance gain of the differential pair, versus vid. Comment on the linearity of the differential pair as an amplifier

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