Chapter 3 Bipolar Junction Transistors

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Chapter 4 Bipolar Junction Transistors

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BJT I-V RelationshipsEbers-Moll Model -Table 4.2 Input and Output Characteristics SPICE parameters ----to I-V curvers Regions of Opertion Biasing the BJT Bias Stability Small Signal Models Single Transistor Amplifiers

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Output characteristicsB-E and C-B Junctions

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Forward Bias

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Ebers-Moll for computer/hand use 4.13

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Ebers-Moll for computer/hand use

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Example Using Table 4.2 Eqs

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SPICE Example to VERIFY Table 4.2

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Generating OTC Curves Ex 4.14 pp239

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Circuit Modeling of Regions

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Physical Base Currents

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Example Region chk 4.12

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Simple BJT Switch 4.12

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Operating and Biasing Constraints

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Fixed Biased Circuit pp236-54

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Temperature Effects and RE pp239

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Analysis of Transistor DC Bias

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Self Biased with RE

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Self Biased with RE

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Self Biased Example

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Example Con’t

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Bias Stability

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Collector Current Variation

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Collector Current Variation

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Collector Current Variation

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Example

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