D 9.42 Design a BJT differential amplifier to amplify a differential input signal of 0.1 V and provide a differential output signal of 2 V. To ensure adequate linearity, it is required to limit the signal amplitude across each base–emitter junction to a maximum of 5 mV. Another design requirement is that the differential input resistance be at least 100 k. The BJTs available are specified to have β ≥ 100. Give the circuit configuration and specify the values of all its components.

9.42 - D 9.42 Design a BJT differential amplifier to amplify a differential input signal of 0.1 V and provide a differential output signal of 2 V. To ensure adequate linearity, it is required to limit the signal amplitude across each base–emitter junction to a maximum of 5 mV. Another design requirement is that the differential input resistance be at least 100 k. The BJTs available are specified to have β ≥ 100. Give the circuit configuration and specify the values of all its components.

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images - D 9.42 Design a BJT differential amplifier to amplify a differential input signal of 0.1 V and provide a differential output signal of 2 V. To ensure adequate linearity, it is required to limit the signal amplitude across each base–emitter junction to a maximum of 5 mV. Another design requirement is that the differential input resistance be at least 100 k. The BJTs available are specified to have β ≥ 100. Give the circuit configuration and specify the values of all its components.

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