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BIPOLAR JUNCTION TRANSISTOR (BJT) CONSTRUCTION:
It is three layer semiconductor device, consisting of either two n- and one p-type layers of material or
two p- and one n-type layers.
Since three
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THE CURRENTS OF A BJT:
1.
2.
3.
The collector current.
The base Current.
The Emitter Current.
Collector Current
(V /V )
It can be expressed as I =I e BE T
C S
I = saturation current or current sc
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ZENER DIODE SHUNT REGULATOR:
From the circuit shown
regulation = r /(R +r )
z
z
regulation = - r | R
z
Current in the network =(V V )/R +r
s
z0
z
Voltage across r is
z
V = V
+ (Vs V )r /(R +r )
r
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Emitter-Stabilized Bias Circuit:
Load Line Analysis
The collector emitter loop equation defining load line is
V =V -I (R +R )
CE CC C C E
For I =0mA
C
V =V
CE CC
And for V =0, we get
CE
I =V /(R
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DIODE LOGIC GATES (OR GATE):
Y=A+B+C
EXAMPLE:
Find V and I.
SOLUTION:
D1 is ON because it is in forward biased. As 3V potential difference is applied across diode D1 and it will go in more
in con
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CALCULATING CURRENTS:
Once the peak and average load voltage values are known, it is easy to determine the values of I
and I
EXAMPLE:
L(pk)
with the help of Ohms law.
ave
Determine the values I
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PEAK INVERSE VOLTAGE:
Using the ideal diode model, the PIV of each diode in the bridge rectifier is equal to V2.This is the same
voltage that was applied to the diode in the full-wave center-tapp
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TRANSFORMERS:
Transformers are not semiconductor devices, however, they play an integral role in the operations of
most of power supplies.
The basic schematic symbol for the transformer is as s
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DC OR STATIC RESISTANCE:
When diode is subjected to a dc voltage its operating point on the characteristic curve does not change
with time. Hence the resistance of the diode can be found easily
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PRALLEL CLIPPER:
The parallel configuration is defined as while the parallel variety has the diode in a branch parallel to the
load.
EXAMPLE:
Determine the output voltage for the network shown i
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Negative Half Wave Rectifiers:
The analysis of negative half wave rectifier is nearly identical to that of positive half wave rectifier. The
only difference is that the voltage polarities are re
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Negative Half Wave Rectifiers:
Fig. shows a half wave rectifier with diode direction is reversed. In this circuit the diode will conduct on
the negative half cycle of the input, and
V =V .
L
2
Th
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International System of Units
It is built upon seven basic units.These are meter, kilogram, second, ampere, Kelvin, mole and candela.
Basic Units
The seven quantities are known to be basic in SI u
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EXAMPLE:
Find the AC resistance for the curve shown at
(1) I = 2mA
D
(2) I = 25mA
D
SOLUTION:
(1) Choosing a swing of pulse minus 2mA
For
ID = 4mA, VD =.76V
And ID = 0mA , VD =0.65V
ID =4 0 = 4m
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Example
Fig shows a circuit for charging a 12 volts battery. If vs is a sinusoid with 24 volts peak amplitude, find
the fraction of each cycle during which the diode conducts also find the peak v
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BSIC SEMICOCONDUCTOR CONCEPTS
INTRINSIC SILICON:
A crystal of pure or intrinsic silicon has a regular lattice structure. Where the atoms are held at their
fixed positions by bonds, called Covale
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Example: Consider a silicon diode with n =1.5. Find the change in voltage if the current changes from 0.1mA to
10mA.
Solution:
v/nV
i = Is e
T
v /nV
I =Is e 1
T
1
v /nV
I = Is e 2
T
2
(v v )nV
I
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INTRODUCTION TO THE PN- JUNCTION DIODE.
The schematic symbol for the pn-junction diode is shown in the fig.
A diode will conduct when it meets the condition that the voltage difference between th
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Example: Calculate the current I by using Thevenins theorem .
o
Solution:
We want to calculate I by using Thevenins theorem .we will follow the
0
following steps .
First step:
Removing R to calcu
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Example: Find Norton equivalent circuit.
Solution:
First step:
Removing R replace open circuit with short circuit
L
by ohms Law we have
I =12/~0 A
N
Now we will insert the resistance R=~0 paralle
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Source Transformation:
If we have any source embedded within a network, say this source is a current source having a value I
& there exists a resistance having a value R, in parallel to it. We ca
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Example: Calculate the voltage V by using Thevenins theorem .
o
Solution:
We want to calculate V by using Thevenins theorem .we will follow the
0
following steps .
First step:
Removing R
L
Here R
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THEVENINS THEOREM:
In solving any problem by Thevenins theorem. We will follow the steps as stated below
(1) First of all we will remove the load resistor( The resistor we want to calculate the u
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Example:
Find current I , I and I By using Cramers rule.
1 2
3
Solution:
We will use Cramers rule to solve this example
KVL equation for loop 1
2I + 5( I I ) = -25
1
1 2
2I +5I 5I
=-25
1
1
2
7I 5
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MATRICES AND DETERMINANTS
are the coefficients of the independent variables. a may be constant or functions of some parameter. A
ij
more convenient form may be obtained for the above equations by
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Example:
Solution:
Calculate the voltage V
o.
we want to calculate the voltage V
V
0
0.
The circuit can be redrawn as
can be given as
V = 2k(I +I )
0
1 2
Now
I = 2V /1k
1
0
= 2(2k(I +I )/1k
1 2
=
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Example:
Solution:
Calculate the voltage V
o.
We want to calculate the voltage V
o.
The circuit can be redrawn as
Now
Vx = (I - I ) 6k -(A)
2 3
I = Vx/2k -(B)
1
Put Vx from A into B we have
I = (
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Example:
Solution:
Calculate the voltage V
o.
we want to calculate the voltage V
0.
The circuit can be redrawn as
Here
I = - 2mA
1
KVL equation for loop 2
2kI + 4kI + 2k(I + I ) = 12
2
2
2 1
6kI
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Example:
Solution:
Calculate the current I
o.
we want to calculate the current I
0.
The circuit can be redrawn as
Here
I = 2mA
1
I = - 4mA
2
KVL for loop 3
2kI + 1k(I - I ) + 2k(I + I I ) =12
3
3
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Example:
Solution:
be redrawn as
Calculate the voltage Vac .
We want to calculate the voltage Vac. To solve this problem the circuit
can
Let the current I is flowing through the circuit. The KVL