Current mirror is a fundamental building block of electronics. It makes a constant current from a reference current. So it "mirrors" or copies one current from a part of a circuit to another part.

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This is the whole tutorial as a video tutorial. It contains explanation and simulation using LTSpice as well as practical breadboard demonstration.

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Step 2: View the Slides and Simulation

These are the slides used in the video, which you can use. They are also available at my slideshare account: https://www.slideshare.net/HossamMoghrabi/current-...

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