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    How to find gm and ro in Cadence

    Hi,

    I want to design a differential Amplifer, and I want to start from gm*ro first.
    However, I can't determine the gm and ro in Cadence.

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    Is there any tips for designing a differentail Amplifer?

    Please, guys!



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    Re: Is there any tips for designing a differentail Amplifer?

    Have you experimented with a long-tail pair? That is the usual basis to derive a differential signal from two incoming signals.



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