MOSFET Current Steering

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Field of Study: Electronics Engineering
Course Name: Applied Electronics
Subtitle: MOSFET Current Steering

Biasing in integrated-circuit design is based on the use of constant-current sources.
On an IC chip with a number of amplifier stages, a constant dc current (called a reference current) is generated at one location and is then replicated at various other locations for biasing the various amplifier stages through a process known as current steering.


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