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13 may also be fully inverted so that a pMOS pair becomes the input. Three small changes result from the inversion. e. the range of input levels over which the circuit will amplify the difference between the two input voltages. , about 1V above ground. For the pMOS input, the range is displaced downwards. The second effect is on noise. Both types of MOSFETs have a low-frequency 1/f noise component which is related to interactions between carriers and trapping centres lying close to surface of the channel.

2. The differences in gm between the two reflect the difference between electron and hole mobility, while the smaller differences in capacitance and output conductance reflect differences in the local doping levels. 9 may now be simplified for more common use. 9 Element nMOS pMOS C gs 28 28 iF Cgd 5 5 iF Cds 8 8 iF C ss 8 8 iF gm 196 112 p,AjV gmB 235 134 p,AjV gd. 10 Simplified common-source MOSFET small signal circuit model. difference between source and substrate, so that both may be common in the model.

This requires a gain transfer function with one very dominant pole, so that the phase shift at the unity-gain frequency is much less than 180 degrees. This is achieved by the compensation capacitor Ge , connected as a Miller-effect capacitor in the second stage. The third, or buffer, stage provides a low output impedance and its design problems relate to the achievement of a large output swing, modest power and sufficient load-driving capability. 9, below, comparisons are made between the suitability of op amps of this type with the single-stage circuits considered previously.

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