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KING FAHD UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM AND MINERALS University Diploma Programs PHYS 012: Solid State Physics Hussein Tawfiq Magharbi (Office: 14/214, Tel: 4010) E-mail: [email protected] Lab Experiment # 09 Transistor Applications - BJT Amplifier NAME: ___________________________________________ ID: ___________________ ================================================================== 1. Assemble the underneath transistor circuit. Use the following components: R C = 1 KΩ and R B = 10 KΩ. Adjust V CC to 10 V. Use more than one multimeter to measure I B , I C and V CC . a. Adjust V BB to 0 Volts. b. Make sure that the transistor is in cutoff mode, i.e., V CE = V CC . c. Increase V BB till the transistor is in saturation. d. Identify the value of V BB at which the transistor is in saturation. e.
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Unformatted text preview: Measure and calculate the corresponding I B , i.e., I B (saturation). f. Sketch the family of collector curves, at least five curves that are equally spaced between I B = 0 V and I B = I B (saturation). ( In this case, V CC should be adjusted, for each of the five values of I B , between 0 and 10 Volts. ) g. Draw the DC load line on top of the family of collector curves. h. Measure and calculate the slope of the DC load line. i. Comment on the slope of the DC load line as compared with R C. TRANSISTOR V-I CHARCTERISTIC CURVES (All measurements, calculations and sketches are to be recorded directly beneath questions or attached. Fill your name and ID and return to instructor on next lab.) Thursday, October 31, 2002. (1 of 1)...
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This note was uploaded on 10/28/2009 for the course ELECTRICAL Phys 012 taught by Professor Dr.abdul during the Fall '07 term at King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals.

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