# MOS Current Mirror Section 9.2 J. Ou. A Simple Current Mirror.

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MOS Current Mirror Section 9.2 J. Ou

A Simple Current Mirror

Example 1

Example #2

Trade-Offs in Current Mirror Design Output resistance (1/gds) CDS W/L Current

I OUT =100 uA L(um)W(um)GDS (uS)CDS (fF) 2109.6351.82100.39 800n47.456.517.13 180n17.0292.91.079 120n13.331470.411 For Same IOUT, L↓→W↓→GDS↑(Ro↓) →CDS ↓ Drop in Ro is not desired.

Use Cascode to Increase output Resistance Rout is approximately g m3 r o3 r o2 L1=L2, but L3 need not equal to L2. Design Criteria: Choose V b so that V Y and V X. We will learn how to generate Vb in the next class.

Design Example VDS of T4 is not matched to VDS of T5. T4 has VDS of 999.1 mV. How come? Answer: VSD=0.2 was used as design criteria for T0 and T2. We need a transistor to absorb the difference between VDS of T4 (which is 0.6 V) and VSD of T2 (which is 0.2V) Bias I: 100 nA

Add More VGS to Minimize Difference in VDS VDS5=161.2 mV gives 50 nA VDS4 is 155.7 mV, provides 49.82nA.

Need for a Cascode T1 is designed to have a VSD of 0.4, leading to Vout=0.6 V. T3 is designed to have VDS of 200 mV, but it must sustain Vout=0.6 V. So we need to add a transistor to absorb the difference in V.

Property Bias Output Voltage

Large Output Resistance

Small Signal Gain

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