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A question about DC voltage (electrical level) shift.

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level dc shift

Hi,
In order to make a good dc match. I want to know some method to make a DC voltage (electrical level) shift. For example, I want to shift the DC voltage (electrical level) about 0.2v, but the AC signal which added on DC voltage will not change or change a little (both amplitude and frequency).
Use a sin signal for example here.
Shift sin(1 1 100MEG) to sin(1.2 1 100MEG) or sin(0.8 1 100MEG)
The value changed is only the DC offset voltage. And this value is less than the the Vth of MOS.
Can any method make it come true?

Apologize for my bad English.

Thank you!

Best regards!
 

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