9.64 In a bipolar differential-amplifier circuit, the bias current generator consists of a simple common-emitter transistor operating at 200 μA. For this transistor, and those used in the differential pair, VA =20 V and β = 50. What common-mode input resistance would result? Assume RC  ro.

9.64 - 9.64 In a bipolar differential-amplifier circuit, the bias current generator consists of a simple common-emitter transistor operating at 200 μA. For this transistor, and those used in the differential pair, VA =20 V and β = 50. What common-mode input resistance would result? Assume RC  ro.

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images - 9.64 In a bipolar differential-amplifier circuit, the bias current generator consists of a simple common-emitter transistor operating at 200 μA. For this transistor, and those used in the differential pair, VA =20 V and β = 50. What common-mode input resistance would result? Assume RC  ro.

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