Homework12 - BIAS so that V OUT =0V when I SUP =100 μ A(b...

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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA College of Engineering Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences Problem Set #12 Due Tuesday, May 9, 2006 at 5:00 pm EE 105 Spring 2006 1. Using Ebers-Moll Model, determine the terminal currents I B , I B E , I C for the bipolar transistor under the following bias condition: I S = 1E-16A β F = 100 β R = 0.1 (a) V BE = 0.7V, V CE = 5V (b) V BE = 0.7V, V CE = 0.2V 2. Consider the following common-collector amplifier. I S = 1E-16A V A = 20V r oc Æ β F = 100 R L = 1k R S = 1k
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Unformatted text preview: BIAS so that V OUT =0V when I SUP =100 μ A (b) Calculate the two-pot parameters Rin and Rout (c) Calculate the overall voltage gain THE NEXT PROBLEM IS FOR PRACTICE ONLY 3. Consider the following common-base amplifier. (a) Find the value for I BIAS so that Vout=0V when Isup=100 μ A I S = 1E-16A V A = 20V r oc Æ ∞ β F = 100 R L = 1k Ω R S = 100k Ω (b) Calculate the two-port parameters Rin and Rout (c) Calculate the overall current gain...
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