ECE 320 Lab 4 - UL

ECE 320 Lab 4 - UL - Experiment #4 MOSFET Common Source...

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Experiment #4 MOSFET Common Source Amplifier Executive Summary: The MOSFET is a voltage controlled current source. It controls the amount of current flow through the Drain-Source by creating fields between the drain and source. The field works as a connection between the drain and source. In this experiment, we used MOSFET’s common- source configuration to create a voltage amplifier. The gain that we calculated for this configuration was about 13.13. The Input impedance was high: about 21.5KΩ. The output impedance was relatively low: about 829Ω. The gain was inverted which was yielded through the hybrid-pi model. The gain was relatively low compared to the BJT. Objective: To experiment on design, analysis, construction and testing of a MOS field effect transistor common source amplifier. Diagrams: Figure 1 Data: R_L 1K R1 360k R2 160k Rs 200 Rd 910 C3 100u C1 100u 0 10Vdc 0 R_S 20k 0 C2 100u V9 .5Vac 0Vdc M1 BSP110/PLP V V
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Measured Value Measured Gain Calculated Val. |%ERROR|
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2012 for the course ECE ECE320 taught by Professor Mittskus during the Spring '11 term at Cal Poly Pomona.

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ECE 320 Lab 4 - UL - Experiment #4 MOSFET Common Source...

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