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What does it mean when you say the gain of the current mirror?

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What does it mean when you say the gain of the current mirror? Is it the ratio Iref/Iout?

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Sorry it should be Iout/Iref(or Iin).
 

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Re: Current Mirror Gain

yes, you can amplify current by choosing different width of the transistors. By choosing the widths different you get an amplification between Iref and Iout.
 

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