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1. Elementary Electronic Circuits with a Diode
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THE AIM OF THE COURSE
Lumped linear time-invariant (LLTI) electric circuits do not
provide any solution to the followin
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7. Positive-Feedback Oscillators (continued)
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7.3. Oscillators for high frequencies: LC oscillators:
Our aim is to develop oscillators with high frequency
stability a
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7. Positive-Feedback Oscillators
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7.1. Introduction
Our aim is to develop an electronic circuit that is able to
produce sustained sinusoidal oscillations at a single
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6. Negative Feedback in Single-Transistor
Circuits (continued)
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6.3. Effect of negative feedback on the input and output
impedances
To determine the effect of negati
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Feedback as Superposition
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AbstractA new approach is proposed to the description of
feedback in electronic circuits. The proposed approach is based
on applying superposition, involves no approximations, and is
applicable to multi-transisto
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6. Simulating Return Ratio in Single-Transistor
(Single-Amplifier) Circuits (continued)
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While simulating an equivalent electronic circuit in SPICE
or measuring parame
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6. Negative Feedback in SingleTransistor Circuits
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Our aim is to study the effect of negative feedback on the
small-signal gain and the small-signal input and output
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5. Double-Transistor Circuits (continued)
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Our aim is to find a new circuit that is able to amplify a
difference between two voltage signals, each relative to the
grou
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5. Double-Transistor Circuits
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Our aim is to develop and analyze basic double-transistor
circuits. We will see that there are only five basic circuit
topologies. A wid
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4. Biasing Transistor Circuits
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Our main aim is to analyze the drawbacks of the bias in the
elementary transistor circuits and to suggest a better solution
for both di
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3. Elementary Electronic Circuits with
a FET Transistor
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Our main aim is to build all the possible practical amplifiers
by using an FET transistor and resistor.
2.1. F
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2. Elementary Electronic Circuits with
a BJT Transistor (continued)
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2.2. Elementary single-transistor amplifiers
In this lecture, we build all the possible prac
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2. Elementary Electronic Circuits with
a BJT Transistor
Eugene Paperno, 2008
Our main aim in the two next lectures is to build all the
possible practical circuits (amplifiers) by using a
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8. High-Frequency Response
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Our aim is to develop the transistor small-signal model for
high frequencies and to find the high-frequency response of
elementary transis