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GATE ECE 1998
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In the circuit of fig. Determine the resistance Ro seen by the output terminals, ignore the effects of R1 and R2. GATE ECE 1998 Analog Circuits - Bipolar Junction Transistor Question 2 English
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GATE ECE 1997
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The transistor in the circuit shown in the figure. is so biased (dc biasing N/W is not shown) that the dc collector current IC = 1mA. Supply is VCC = 5V. GATE ECE 1997 Analog Circuits - Bipolar Junction Transistor Question 7 English

The N/W components have following values, RC = 2$$k\Omega $$,
RS = $$1.4k\Omega $$,
RE = $$100\Omega $$.

The transistor has specifications, $$\beta \,\, = \,\,100$$
and base spreading resistance $${r_{bb\,}}^1\, = \,100\Omega $$

$$Assume\,\,{{KT} \over q}\,\, = \,\,25\,mV$$

Evaluate input resistance Ri for two cases. At a frequency of 10 kHz

(a)CE, the bypass capacitor across RE is 25 $$\mu F$$
(b)The bypass capacitor CE is removed leaving RE unbypassed.

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GATE ECE 1997
Subjective
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In the cascade amplifier circuit shown below, determine the values of R1, R2 and RL. Such that the quiescent current through the transistors is 1mA and the collector voltage Vc1 = 3V, and Vc2 = 6V. Tke VBE = 0.7V, Transistor $$\beta $$ to be hifgh and base currents to be negligible. GATE ECE 1997 Analog Circuits - Bipolar Junction Transistor Question 6 English
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