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Ok I am assuming that if you force an appropriate drain current into an e-mosfet it should go into saturation (Vgs becomes greater than Vt ).
Here is the simple archived project : https://docs.google.com/open?id=0BwG45lg3wcwnU3ZDQ3NtNjZCM2s
If I force a drain current into an n channel mosfet which forces the
mosfet into saturation I should NOT have to bias the mosfet further
right ? YET I have to do this here where I supply a dc voltage and get
an n channel mosfet into the saturation region (I have to figure out the bias voltage by observing the VTC
traits (Vds vs Vgs graph)).
Then I give the right dc voltage
to bias the amplifier in the right region. I am fairly new to CS
amplifiers but my professor was surprised that it needed a bias voltage AND
an active load.
p.s. the above project : Project_Working with 1000 Gain-Nov-30-2012.zip is a file that has the
original circuit which gives an input signal of 1mv(peak) an amplification of
1000 (to bring it around 1V(peak)).