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EE 311 Lecture 5 Resistance-Reflection Rule R ib - Resistance "looking" into the base: R ie - Resistance "looking" into the emitter: Lecture 5 Page 1
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EE 311 Lecture 5 Combined Effects of Both Coupling and Bypass Capacitors Assuming C E = ∞ Assuming finite C E values This kind of analysis is best done with Multisim; it’s a little too intense for hand analysis. Lecture 5 Page 2
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EE 311 Lecture 5 Frequency Response of the Bipolar Junction Transistor Device cross-section Hybrid-π Models: Base to Emitter Collector to Emitter Base to Collector Lecture 5 Page 3
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EE 311 Lecture 5 BJT Hybrid- π Model
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This note was uploaded on 09/24/2009 for the course EE 311 taught by Professor Wharton during the Fall '09 term at Penn State.

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Lecture_5 - Resistance-Reflection Rule EE 311 Lecture 5 Rib...

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