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Subject: Re: vgs1 and vgs2

Date: 09/27/03 at 2:44 AM
Posted by: Jason
E-mail: jason_class[AT55]yahoo.com (replace [AT55] with @ to reply)
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In Reply to: Re: vgs1 and vgs2 posted by mike on 09/26/03 at 10:21 AM:

Hi Mike,

Thank you for your answer.
The geometry for all ransistor is the same. The lecturer never says if the Ids1=Ids2=I1 and did not say about the relation for Vg3 in terms of VG and V1.

Base on the fact that the W/L for all nmos is the same. Is there any possible arrangment that vgs1=Vgs2 with some assumption as the lecturer himself never draw a really detailed circuit.
Thank you Mike for your help

rgds and thanks

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