Lab#5 Report

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POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY---BROOKLYN Department of Electrical Engineering Experiment 5: Large Signal Operation of Bipolar Junction Transistors Date Experiment Performed: Mar. 30, 2007 Date Report Submitted: Apr. 13, 2007 Lab Section: A2
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POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY---BROOKLYN Department of Electrical Engineering Abstract : The bipolar junction transistor (BJT) finds great application in the areas of the signal amplification, waveform shaping and digital switching. This experiment focused on the observing several of these practical applications and subsequently, studying the manner in which each application is carried out by means of the BJT. All in all, it was ultimately determined that the BJT may be effectively used for signal amplification and the waveform shaping given the circuit network into which it is placed, the type of transistor and its operating point. Introduction : In considering the amplification property of the BJT, by careful analysis of the input and output relationships of the BJT, the voltage or power gain may be acquired. This gain determines the extent to which a specified input signal is amplified, however, in the design of the transistor is the necessary to take into consideration other specifications. As an example to signal amplification, one might consider audio applications where it is undesired to have some high frequency noise introduced at the input to be also amplified by the same amount at the output. Consequently, it necessary to take into account both the circuit configuration and transistor
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