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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 5 Bipolar Junction Transistors Lecture 8 Cover Chapter: 5.7, 5.8.65.8.8 Simplified Cutoff Region Model In cutoff region both junctions are reversebiased, transistor is said to be in off state v BE < 0, v BC < 0 If we assume that where 4 kT/q = 0.1 V, then the transport model terminal current equations simplify to v B E <  4 kT q and v B C <  4 kT q i C = + I S R i E =  I S F i B =  I S F I S R Chap 5.7 Simplified Cutoff Region Model (Example) Problem: Estimate terminal currents using simplified transport model Given data: I S = 1016 A, F = 0.95, R = 0.25, V BE = 0 V, V BC = 5 V Assumptions: Simplified transport model assumptions Analysis: From given voltages, we know that transistor is in cutoff. I C = I S 1 + 1 R = I S R = 4 10 16 A I E = I S = 10 16 A I B =  I S R =  3 10 16 A Chap 5.7 For practical purposes, all three currents are essentially zero. Simplified ForwardActive Region Model In forwardactive region, emitterbase junction is forwardbiased and collectorbase junction is reversebiased. v BE > 0, v BC < 0 If we assume that then the transport model terminal current equations simplify to v B E 4 kT q = 0.1 V and v B C  4 kT q =  0.1 V i C = I S exp v B E V T + I S R = I S exp v B E V T i E = I S F exp v B E V T + I S F = I S F exp v B E V T i B = I S F exp v B E V T  I S F I S R = I S F exp v B E V T i C = F...
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