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    Negative miller capacitance

    How do Mc9 and Mc10 act as negative miller capacitance as mentioned in Figure 4.2 of http://lib.tkk.fi/Dipl/2011/urn100433.pdf

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    Re: Negative miller capacitance

    They act as capacitors, and are cross coupled across a differential amplifier. So the voltage they see is the opposite sign as normal.



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    Re: Negative miller capacitance

    For slide number 7 of https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/electric...notes/lec6.pdf , why If CN too high, input impedance has inductive component ? How do I apply miller multiplication theorem as in slide number 4 of https://view.officeapps.live.com/op/..._HighFreq.pptx to understand the inductive component ?



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