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Where to find a sort of tutorial/guide electronics circuit to small signal

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AMSA84

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Hi guys, I am looking for some documentation online, a kind of a guide and/or tutorial, where it teaches or explain on how to pass from the schematic circuit to the small signal equivalent circuit. For example, for the differential amplifier with current mirror load, CS, CD and CG amplifier, and for last a folded cascode or a 3-current mirror amplfier or other. Does anyone knows?

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Small signal equivalent of an electronic circuit can be obtained by using primitive small signal equivalents of each components.There are already some small signal equivalents for instance transistors, diodes, capacitors, inductors etc. All you should do is to consider all these small signal equivalent circuits together to get the all over small signal model.
 

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