EE 332 week 3b - 7/7/2010 EE 332 DEVICES AND CIRCUITS II...

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7/7/2010 1 ©UW EE TC Chen Microelectronic Circuit Design Jaeger/Blalock EE 332 DEVICES AND CIRCUITS II WEEK 3 BIPOLAR JUNCTION TRANSISTORS ©UW EE TC Chen Microelectronic Circuit Design Jaeger/Blalock BJT CIRCUIT DC (LARGE SIGNAL) V CC /R C V CC I B I C and V CE are the Q-point of the BJT The Q-point controls: 1. 2. 3. 4. DC biasing (Large signal) establishes the operation point a transistor
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7/7/2010 2 ©UW EE TC Chen Microelectronic Circuit Design Jaeger/Blalock SMALL SIGNAL OPERATION AND MODEL / SMALL SIGNAL ANALYSIS OF DIODES ©UW EE TC Chen Microelectronic Circuit Design Jaeger/Blalock SMALL SIGNAL OPERATION AND MODEL / SMALL SIGNAL ANALYSIS OF DIODES v S R s i D v D Diode’s characteristics are given by: Circuit characteristics are: In the absence of a signal v s , can resolve these equations for the bias value (DC):
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7/7/2010 3 ©UW EE TC Chen Microelectronic Circuit Design Jaeger/Blalock SMALL SIGNAL OPERATION AND MODEL / SMALL SIGNAL ANALYSIS OF DIODES When a signal is applied, v s ≠0, must go back to
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2010 for the course IT 23211 taught by Professor Tai during the Summer '10 term at Punjab Engineering College.

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EE 332 week 3b - 7/7/2010 EE 332 DEVICES AND CIRCUITS II...

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