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Looking for tutorials about sizing transistors

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can you provide tutorials for sizing transistor so that we achieve maximum gain in a comlicated large circuit
 

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Re: device sizing

any letest cmos book can have this basic material hope you will check with available one.
 

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device sizing

Increasing L usually helps for higher gain. ro= 1/(Id.λ) and λ is related to 1/L
 

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device sizing

quick answer: keep device in saturation and size W and L as big as possible...
 

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Re: device sizing

In short, increase in length will increase the gain and decrease the speed.
By the way, increase in length also helps to decrease 1/f noise.
 

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