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The circuit of Fig. 5-13 includes nonlinear diode compensation for variations in ICBO . (a) Find an expression for ICQ as a function of the temperature-sensitive variables VBEQ ; ; ICBO , and VD . (b) What conditions will render ICQ insensitive to changes in ICBO
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Substitution for IEQ and IBQ via (5.5) and (5.6) and rearranging give ICQ VBB VBEQ ICBO RB RE ID RB RB = RE 1
(b) According to (1), if RB ) RE and ID ICBO , then ICQ is, in essence, independent of ICBO .
Show that if a second identical diode is placed in series with the diode of Example 5.8 (see Fig. 5-2), and if RD is made equal in value to RB , then the collector current ICQ % IEQ displays zero sensitivity to temperature changes that a ect VBEQ . Make the reasonable assumption that @VD =@T @VBEQ =@T.
The equation we found for ICQ in Example 5.8 describes ICQ in this problem if VD is replaced by 2VD ; that gives ICQ % VBB RD 2VD RB = RD RB VBEQ 2RD kRB = RE 1
Assuming that only VBEQ and VD are temperature dependent, we have 2RB @VD @VBEQ @ICQ RD RB @T @T 2RD kRB = RE @T
With @VD =@T @VBEQ =@T and RB RD , (2) reduces to zero, indicating that ICQ is not a function of temperature.
A JFET for which (4.2) holds is biased by the voltage-divider arrangement of Fig. 4-5. (a) Find IDQ as a function of IDSS ; Vp0 , and VGG . (b) Find the total di erential of IDQ , and make reasonable linearity assumptions that allow you to replace di erentials with increments so as to nd an expression analogous to (5.13) for the JFET.
(a) We use (4.4) to nd an expression for VGSQ and then use (4.2) to obtain   VGG IDQ RS 2 IDQ IDSS 1 Vp0 which we can solve for IDQ : IDQ
2 VGG Vp0 Vp0 Vp0 2 RS 2RS IDSS 2R2 S
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(b) Since VGSQ depends upon the bias network chosen, our result will have more general application if we take the di erential of (4.2) and then specialize it to the case at hand, instead of taking the di erential of (2). Assuming that IDSS ; Vp0 ; and VGSQ are the independent variables, we have, for the total di erential of (4.2), dIDQ @IDQ @IDQ @IDQ dI dVp0 dVGSQ @IDSS DSS @Vp0 @VGSQ 3
For the case at hand, VGSQ is given by (4.4), from which dVGSQ RS dIDQ Substituting (4) into (3) and rearranging, we nd dIDQ @IDQ =@IDSS @IDQ =@Vp0 dI dVp0 1 RS @IDQ =@VGSQ DSS 1 RS @IDQ =@VGSQ 5 4
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The assumption of linearity allows us to replace the di erentials in (5) with increments and de ne appropriate stability factors: IDQ % SI IDSS SV Vp0 SI SV @IDQ =@IDSS 1 VGSQ =Vp0 1 RS @IDQ =@VGSQ 1 2RS IDSS =Vp0 1 VGSQ =Vp0
2 2 @IDQ =@IDSS 2IDSS 1 VGSQ =Vp0 VGSQ =Vp0 1 RS @IDQ =@VGSQ 1 2RS IDSS =Vp0 1 VGSQ =Vp0
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The JFET of Fig. 4-5(b) is said to have xed bias if RS 0. parameters are given by the manufacturer of the device as
Value maximum minimum IDSS , mA 8 4 Vp0 , V 6 3
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Let VDD 15 V; VGG 1 V; and RD 2:5 k. (a) Find the range of values of IDQ that could be expected in using this FET. (b) Find the corresponding range of VDSQ . (c) Comment on the desirability of this bias arrangement.
(a) The maximum and minimum transfer characteristics are plotted in Fig. 5-14, based on (4.2). Because VGSQ VGG 1 V is a xed quantity una ected by IDQ and VDSQ , the transfer bias line extends vertically at VGS 1, as shown. Its intersections with the two transfer characteristics give IDQ max % 5:5 mA and IDQ min % 1:3 mA.
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