9.36 In a differential amplifier using a 1.5-mA emitter bias current source, the two BJTs are not matched. Rather, one has twice the emitter junction area of the other. For a differential input signal of zero volts, what do the collector currents become? What difference input is needed to equalize the collector currents? Assume α = 1.

9.36 - 9.36 In a differential amplifier using a 1.5-mA emitter bias current source, the two BJTs are not matched. Rather, one has twice the emitter junction area of the other. For a differential input signal of zero volts, what do the collector currents become? What difference input is needed to equalize the collector currents? Assume α = 1.

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images - 9.36 In a differential amplifier using a 1.5-mA emitter bias current source, the two BJTs are not matched. Rather, one has twice the emitter junction area of the other. For a differential input signal of zero volts, what do the collector currents become? What difference input is needed to equalize the collector currents? Assume α = 1.

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