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common-source amplifier[¦käm·ən ‚sȯrs ′am·plə‚fī·ər]
An amplifier stage using a field-effect transistor in which the input signal is applied between gate and source and the output signal is taken between drain and source.
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Accordingly, this gate voltage of [M.sub.4] will be further amplified by the common-source amplifier
. The output current [I.sub.inj] of the current amplifier can be expressed in (1).
While the mode-locking technique was adapted to a common-source amplifier
in previous work, here, we propose a method for the mode-locking technique to be adapted to the cascode structure.
Ideally, the phase of the drain is exactly opposite to that of the gate in a common-source amplifier