9.60 A MOS differential amplifier utilizing a simple current source to provide the bias current I is found to have a CMRR of 60 dB. If it is required to raise the CMRR to 100 dB by adding a cascode transistor to the current source, what must the intrinsic gain A0 of the cascode transistor be? If the cascode transistor is operated at VOV = 0.2 V, what must its V A be? If for the specific technology utilized V A = 5 V/μm, specify the channel length L of the cascode transistor

9.60 - 9.60 A MOS differential amplifier utilizing a simple current source to provide the bias current I is found to have a CMRR of 60 dB. If it is required to raise the CMRR to 100 dB by adding a cascode transistor to the current source, what must the intrinsic gain A0 of the cascode transistor be? If the cascode transistor is operated at VOV = 0.2 V, what must its V A be? If for the specific technology utilized V  A = 5 V/μm, specify the channel length L of the cascode transistor

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images - 9.60 A MOS differential amplifier utilizing a simple current source to provide the bias current I is found to have a CMRR of 60 dB. If it is required to raise the CMRR to 100 dB by adding a cascode transistor to the current source, what must the intrinsic gain A0 of the cascode transistor be? If the cascode transistor is operated at VOV = 0.2 V, what must its V A be? If for the specific technology utilized V  A = 5 V/μm, specify the channel length L of the cascode transistor

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