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3-1 and 3-2 at 400mV control voltage. 120u Transconductance (A/V) 110u 100u Transconductance of the circuit in Fig. 3-2 (for IO+) Transconductance of the circuit in Fig. 3-2 (for IO-) Transconductance of the circuit in Fig. 0u Transconductance of the circuit in Fig. 00 300m 600m 900m Differential Input (V) Figure 3-8. Gm+ and Gm- of transconductors in Fig. 3-1 and 3-2 at 1V control voltage. e. the variation in Gm as a function of the input voltage. Figures 3-9, 3-10, and 3-11 show the transconductance error TE for both transconductors at different control voltages.
3-2 offers 900 mV differential input range. At control voltage of 400 mV, Fig. 3-10 shows that the circuit in Fig. 3-1 offers a 240 mV differential input range, while the circuit in Fig. 3-2 offers 480 mV. At a control voltage of 1 V, Fig. 3-11 shows that the circuit in Fig. 3-1 offers a 150 mV differential input range, while the circuit in Fig. 3-2 offers 420 mV. As those numbers show, there is a significant improvement in the differential input range, or in other words, the output currents are much more linear with respect to the differential input voltage.