9.66 It is required to design a differential amplifier to provide the largest possible signal to a pair of 10-k loadresistances. The input differential signal is a sinusoid of 5-mV peak amplitude, which is applied to one input terminal while the other input terminal is grounded. The power supply V CC available is 5 V. To determine the required bias current I, derive an expression for the total voltage at each of the collectors in terms of V CC and I in the presence of the input signal. Then impose the condition that both transistors remain well out of saturation with a minimum v CB of approximately 0 V. Thus determine the required value of I. For this design, what differential gain is achieved? What is the amplitude of the signal voltage obtained between the two collectors? Assume α 1.

9.66 - 9.66 It is required to design a differential amplifier to provide the largest possible signal to a pair of 10-k loadresistances. The input differential signal is a sinusoid of 5-mV peak amplitude, which is applied to one input terminal while the other input terminal is grounded. The power supply V CC available is 5 V. To determine the required bias current I, derive an expression for the total voltage at each of the collectors in terms of V CC and I in the presence of the input signal. Then impose the condition that both transistors remain well out of saturation with a minimum v CB of approximately 0 V. Thus determine the required value of I. For this design, what differential gain is achieved? What is the amplitude of the signal voltage obtained between the two collectors? Assume α 1.9.66a - 9.66 It is required to design a differential amplifier to provide the largest possible signal to a pair of 10-k loadresistances. The input differential signal is a sinusoid of 5-mV peak amplitude, which is applied to one input terminal while the other input terminal is grounded. The power supply V CC available is 5 V. To determine the required bias current I, derive an expression for the total voltage at each of the collectors in terms of V CC and I in the presence of the input signal. Then impose the condition that both transistors remain well out of saturation with a minimum v CB of approximately 0 V. Thus determine the required value of I. For this design, what differential gain is achieved? What is the amplitude of the signal voltage obtained between the two collectors? Assume α 1.

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images - 9.66 It is required to design a differential amplifier to provide the largest possible signal to a pair of 10-k loadresistances. The input differential signal is a sinusoid of 5-mV peak amplitude, which is applied to one input terminal while the other input terminal is grounded. The power supply V CC available is 5 V. To determine the required bias current I, derive an expression for the total voltage at each of the collectors in terms of V CC and I in the presence of the input signal. Then impose the condition that both transistors remain well out of saturation with a minimum v CB of approximately 0 V. Thus determine the required value of I. For this design, what differential gain is achieved? What is the amplitude of the signal voltage obtained between the two collectors? Assume α 1.

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