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EECE 416/501 Exam II Name: ___________________________ Fall 2007 This exam is to be completed individually. You are allowed 1 page of notes. Be sure to write clearly (print if you have to). Visibly indicate any assumptions you make. Make your answers as complete as possible. If numerical solutions can be calculated, then do so. Academic Honesty Policy The goal of the university is to uphold the highest standards of academic honesty to protect the value of the degrees earned by its graduates. As such, academic dishonesty, including cheating, helping others to cheat, and plagiarism, will not be tolerated. The first instance of academic dishonesty will result in a 0 grade for the assignment, quiz, or exam. The second incident will result in a failing grade for the course with no exceptions. All incidents of academic dishonesty will be reported to the university. Use this table of parameters for all problems (unless otherwise instructed). U T = 25 mV I 0 = 100 fA K n = 90 μA V A = 20 V κ = .7 (sub-V T ) K p = 30 μA I Thn = 3 μA κ = 1 (above-V T ) V T0n = .6 I Thp = 1 μA V T0p = .8
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