- 10.10.1: A CS amplifier has CC1 = CS = CC2 = 1F, RG = 10 M, Rsig = 100 k, gm...
- 10.10.2: A common-emitter amplifier has CC1 = CE = CC2 = 1F, RB = 100 k, Rsi...
- 10.10.3: For an n-channel MOSFET with tox = 10 nm, L = 1.0 m, W = 10 m, Lov ...
- 10.10.4: Calculate fT for the n-channel MOSFET whose capacitances were found...
- 10.10.5: Find Cde, Cje, C , C, and fT for a BJT operating at a dc collector ...
- 10.10.6: For a BJT operated at IC = 1 mA, determine fT and C if C = 2 pF and...
- 10.10.7: If C of the BJT in Exercise 10.6 includes a relatively constant dep...
- 10.10.8: For the CS amplifier specified in Example 10.3, find the values of ...
- 10.10.9: If it is possible to replace the MOSFET used in the amplifier in Ex...
- 10.10.11: For the CS amplifier considered in Example 10.6 operating at the or...
- 10.10.12: A direct-coupled amplifier has a dc gain of 1000 V/V and an upper 3...
- 10.10.13: The high-frequency response of an amplifier is characterized by two...
- 10.10.14: For the amplifier described in Exercise 10.13, find the exact and a...
- 10.10.15: For the CS amplifier in Example 10.8, find the estimate of fH obtai...
- 10.10.16: For the CS amplifier in Example 10.8, using the value of fH determi...
- 10.10.17: As a way to trade gain for bandwidth, the designer of the CS amplif...
- 10.10.18: As another way to trade dc gain for bandwidth, the designer of the ...
- 10.10.19: Consider a bipolar active-loaded CE amplifier having the load curre...
- 10.10.21: In this exercise we wish to contrast the gain and bandwidth of a CS...
- 10.10.22: The objective of this exercise is to evaluate the effect of cascodi...
- 10.10.23: Recalling that H = b1, use the expression for b1 in Eq. (10.120) to...
- 10.10.24: In Example 10.11, even though we found that a dominant pole does no...
- 10.10.25: For an emitter follower biased at IC = 1 mA and having Rsig = RL = ...
- 10.10.26: A MOSFET differential amplifier such as that in Fig. 10.34(a) is bi...
- 10.10.27: The differential amplifier specified in Exercise 10.26 has RSS = 75...
- 10.10.28: A bipolar current-mirror-loaded differential amplifier is biased wi...
- 10.10.29: Consider a CS amplifier having gm = 2 mA/V, ro = 20 k, RL = 20 k, R...
- 10.10.31: In a CS amplifier, such as that in Fig. 10.3(a), the resistance of ...
- 10.10.32: A discrete MOSFET common-source amplifier has RG = 2 M, gm = 5 mA/V...
- 10.10.33: For the discrete-circuit CS amplifier in Fig. 10.3(a) let Rsig = 10...
- 10.10.34: Consider the integrated-circuit CS amplifier in Fig. P10.34 for the...
- 10.10.35: A common-emitter amplifier is measured at midband and found to have...
- 10.10.36: For a CE amplifier represented by the equivalent circuit in Fig. 10...
- 10.10.37: A designer wishes to investigate the effect of changing the bias cu...
- 10.10.38: The purpose of this problem is to investigate the high-frequency re...
- 10.10.39: For a version of the CE amplifier circuit in Fig. 10.9(a), Rsig = 1...
- 10.10.41: The amplifiers listed below are characterized by the descriptor (A,...
- 10.10.42: Figure P10.42 shows an ideal voltage amplifier with a gain of +2 V/...
- 10.10.43: Use Millers theorem to investigate the performance of the inverting...
- 10.10.44: The amplifier shown in Fig. P10.44 has Rsig = RL = 1 k, RC = 1 k, R...
- 10.10.45: Figure P10.45 shows a diode-connected transistor with the bias circ...
- 10.10.46: A CS amplifier modeled with the equivalent circuit of Fig. 10.22(a)...
- 10.10.47: A common-source amplifier fed with a low-resistance signal source a...
- 10.10.48: It is required to analyze the high-frequency response of the CMOS a...
- 10.10.49: Consider an active-loaded common-emitter amplifier. Let the amplifi...
- 10.10.51: A direct-coupled amplifier has a low-frequency gain of 40 dB, poles...
- 10.10.52: An amplifier with a dc gain of 60 dB has a single-pole, high-freque...
- 10.10.53: Consider an amplifier whose FH (s) is given by FH (s) = 1 1+ s P1 1...
- 10.10.54: The high-frequency response of a direct-coupled amplifier having a ...
- 10.10.55: A direct-coupled amplifier has a dominant pole at 1000 rad/s and th...
- 10.10.56: An IC CS amplifier has gm = 2 mA/V, Cgs = 30 fF, Cgd = 5 fF, CL = 3...
- 10.10.57: For a particular amplifier modeled by the circuit of Fig. 10.18(a),...
- 10.10.58: Consider the high-frequency response of an amplifier consisting of ...
- 10.10.59: A CS amplifier that can be represented by the equivalent circuit of...
- 10.10.61: For the CS amplifier in Example 10.8, find the value of the additio...
- 10.10.62: Consider the CE amplifier whose equivalent circuit is shown in Fig....
- 10.10.63: A common-emitter amplifier has C = 10 pF, C = 0.3 pF, CL = 3 pF, gm...
- 10.10.64: Consider a CS amplifier loaded in a current source with an output r...
- 10.10.65: Use the method of open-circuit time constants to find fH for a CS a...
- 10.10.66: A CG amplifier is specified to have Cgs = 4 pF, Cgd = 0.2 pF, CL = ...
- 10.10.67: Sketch the high-frequency equivalent circuit of a CB amplifier fed ...
- 10.10.68: Consider a CG amplifier loaded in a resistance RL = ro and fed with...
- 10.10.69: For the CG amplifier in Example 10.9, how much additional capacitan...
- 10.10.71: Find the dc gain and the 3-dB frequency of a MOS cascode amplifier ...
- 10.10.72: (a) Consider a CS amplifier having Cgd = 0.2 pF, Rsig = RL = 20 k, ...
- 10.10.73: It is required to design a cascode amplifier to provide a dc gain o...
- 10.10.74: (a) Show that introducing a cascode transistor to an IC CS amplifie...
- 10.10.75: (a) For an integrated-circuit MOS cascode amplifier fed with a sour...
- 10.10.76: Consider a bipolar cascode amplifier biased at a current of 1 mA. T...
- 10.10.77: In this problem we consider the frequency response of the bipolar c...
- 10.10.78: A BJT cascode amplifier uses transistors for which = 100, VA = 100 ...
- 10.10.79: A source follower has gm = 5 mA/V, gmb = 0, ro = 20 k, Rsig = 20 k,...
- 10.10.81: Refer to Fig. 10.31(c). In situations in which Rsig is large, the h...
- 10.10.82: A source follower has a maximally flat gain response with a dc gain...
- 10.10.83: A discrete-circuit source follower driven with Rsig = 100 k has Cgs...
- 10.10.84: For an emitter follower biased at IC = 1 mA, having Rsig = RL = 1 k...
- 10.10.85: A MOSFET differential amplifier such as that shown in Fig. 10.34(a)...
- 10.10.86: A MOS differential amplifier is biased with a current source having...
- 10.10.87: The differential gain of a MOS amplifier is 100 V/V with a dominant...
- 10.10.88: In a particular MOS differential amplifier design, the bias current...
- 10.10.89: Repeat Exercise 10.26 for the situation in which the bias current i...
- 10.10.91: A differential amplifier is biased by a current source having an ou...
- 10.10.92: A current-mirror-loaded MOS differential amplifier is biased with a...
- 10.10.93: Consider the current-mirror-loaded CMOS differential amplifier of F...
- 10.10.94: For the current mirror in Fig. P10.94, derive an expression for the...
- 10.10.95: Consider the case of a discrete-circuit CS amplifier in which a sou...
- 10.10.96: A CS amplifier is specified to have gm = 5 mA/V, ro = 40 k, Cgs = 2...
- 10.10.97: (a) Use the approximate expression in Eq. (10.156) to determine the...
- 10.10.98: For the CS amplifier with a source-degeneration resistance Rs, show...
- 10.10.99: It is required to generate a table of AM , fH , and ft versus k gmR...
- 10.10.101: The transistors in the circuit of Fig. P10.101 have 0 = 100, VA = 1...
- 10.10.102: Consider the circuit of Fig. P10.102 for the case: I = 200 A and VO...
- 10.10.103: For the amplifier in Fig. 10.41(a), let I = 1 mA, = 120, fT = 500 M...
- 10.10.104: Consider the CDCG amplifier of Fig. 10.41(c) for the case gm = 5 mA...
- 10.10.105: This problem investigates the use of MOSFETs in the design of wideb...
- 10.10.106: Figure P10.106 shows an amplifier formed by cascading two CS stages...
- 10.10.107: Consider the BiCMOS amplifier shown in Fig. P10.107. The BJT has VB...
- 10.10.108: In each of the six circuits in Fig. P10.108, let = 100, C = 2 pF, a...

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