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Title: Chapter 7: BJT Transistor Modeling


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Chapter 7 BJT Transistor Modeling
Faculty of Electrical and Electronic Eng.
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Topic objectives
  • At the end of the course you will be able to
  • Understand about the small signal analysis of
    circuit network using re model and hybrid
    equivalent model
  • Understand the relationship between those two
    available model for small signal analysis

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  • INTRODUCTIONTRANSISTOR MODELING
  • To begin analyze of small-signal AC response of
    BJT amplifier the knowledge of modeling the
    transistor is important.
  • The input signal will determine whether its a
    small signal (AC) or large signal (DC) analysis.
  • The goal when modeling small-signal behavior is
    to make of a transistor that work for
    small-signal enough to keep things linear
    (i.e. not distort too much) 3
  • There are two models commonly used in the small
    signal analysis
  • a) re model
  • b) hybrid equivalent model

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How does the amplification be done?
  • Conservation output power of a system cannot be
    large than its input and the efficiency cannot be
    greater than 1
  • The input dc plays the important role for the
    amplification to contribute its level to the ac
    domain where the conversion will become as
    ?Po(ac)/Pi(dc)
  • Simply speaking

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Disadvantages
  • Re model
  • Fails to account the output impedance level of
    device and feedback effect from output to input
  • Hybrid equivalent model
  • Limited to specified operating condition in order
    to obtain accurate result

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DC supply ? 0 potential
  • O/p coupling capacitor ? s/c
  • Large values
  • Block DC and pass AC signal
  • I/p coupling capacitor ? s/c
  • Large values
  • Block DC and pass AC signal
  • Bypass
  • capacitor ? s/c
  • Large values

Voltage-divider configuration under AC analysis
Redraw the voltage-divider configuration after
removing dc supply and insert s/c for the
capacitors
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Modeling of BJT begin HERE!
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AC bias analysis 1) Kill all DC sources 2)
Coupling and Bypass capacitors are short cct. The
effect of there capacitors is to set a lower
cut-off frequency for the cct. 3) Inspect the
cct (replace BJTs with its small signal modelre
or hybrid). 4) Solve for voltage and current
transfer function, i/o and o/p impedances.
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  • IMPORTANT PARAMETERS
  • Input impedance, Zi
  • Output impedance, Zo
  • Voltage gain, Av
  • Current gain, Ai
  • Input Impedance, Zi(few ohms ? M?)
  • The input impedance of an amplifier is the value
    as a load when connecting a single source to the
    I/p of terminal of the amplifier.

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Two port system-determining input impedance Zi
  • The input impedance of transistor can be
    approximately determined using dc biasing because
    it doesnt simply change when the magnitude of
    applied ac signal is change.

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Demonstrating the impact of Zi
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Example 6.1 For the system of Fig. Below,
determine the level of input impedance
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Output Impedance, Zo (few ohms ? 2M?) The output
impedance of an amplifier is determined at the
output terminals looking back into the system
with the applied signal set to zero.
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Example 6.2 For the system of Fig. below,
determine the level of output impedance
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Example 6.3 For the system of Fig. below,
determine Zo if V600mV, Rsense10k? and Io10?A
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Example 6.4 Using the Zo obtained in example
6.3, determine IL for the configuration of Fig
below if RL2.2 k? and Iamplifier6 mA.
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  • Voltage Gain, AV
  • DC biasing operate the transistor as an
    amplifier. Amplifier is a system that having the
    gain behavior.
  • The amplifier can amplify current, voltage and
    power.
  • Its the ratio of circuits output to circuits
    input.
  • The small-signal AC voltage gain can be
    determined by

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By referring the network below the analysis are
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Example 6.5 For the BJT amplifier of fig. below,
determine a)Vi b) Ii c) Zi d) Avs
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  • Current Gain, Ai
  • This characteristic can be determined by

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  • re TRANSISTOR MODEL
  • employs a diode and controlled current source to
    duplicate the behavior of a transistor.
  • BJT amplifiers are referred to as
    current-controlled devices.
  • Common-Base Configuration
  • ?Common-base BJT transistor
  • ?re model
  • ?re equivalent cct.

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Therefore, the input impedance, Zi re that less
than 50O. For the output impedance, it will be as
follows
isolation part, Zire
Zo ? ??
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The common-base characteristics
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  • Example 6.6 For a common-base configuration in
    figure
  • below with IE4mA, ?0.98 and AC signal of 2mV is
  • applied between the base and emitter terminal
  • Determine the Zi b) Calculate Av if RL0.56k?
  • c) Find Zo and Ai

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Solution
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  • Example 6.7 For a common-base configuration in
    previous
  • example with Ie0.5mA, ?0.98 and AC signal of
    10mV is
  • applied, determine
  • Zi b) Vo if RL1.2k? c) Av d)Ai e) Ib

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  • Common-Emitter Configuration
  • ?Common-emitter BJT transistor
  • ?re model
  • ?re equivalent cct.
  • Still remain controlled-current source (conducted
    between collector and base terminal)
  • Diode conducted between base and emitter terminal

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The output graph
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Output impedance Zo
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  • Example 6.8 Given ?120 and IE(dc)3.2mA for a
    common-
  • emitter configuration with ro ? ?, determine
  • Zi b)Av if a load of 2 k? is applied c) Ai with
    the 2 k? load

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  • Example 6.9 Using the npn common-emitter
    configuration,
  • determine the following if ?80, IE(dc)2 mA and
    ro40 k?
  • Zi b) Ai if RL 1.2k ? c) Av if RL1.2k ?

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Hybrid Equivalent Model
  • re model is sensitive to the dc level of
    operation that result input resistance vary with
    the dc operating point
  • Hybrid model parameter are defined at an
    operating point that may or may not reflect the
    actual operating point of the amplifier

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Hybrid Equivalent Model
The hybrid parameters hie, hre, hfe, hoe are
developed and used to model the transistor. These
parameters can be found in a specification sheet
for a transistor.
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Determination of parameter
H22 is a conductance!
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General h-Parameters for any Transistor
Configuration
hi input resistance hr reverse transfer
voltage ratio (Vi/Vo) hf forward transfer
current ratio (Io/Ii) ho output conductance
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Common emitter hybrid equivalent circuit
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Common base hybrid equivalent circuit
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Simplified General h-Parameter Model
The model can be simplified based on these
approximations hr ? 0 therefore hrVo 0 and
ho ? ? (high resistance on the output)
Simplified
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Common-Emitter re vs. h-Parameter Model
hie ?re hfe ? hoe 1/ro
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Common-Emitter h-Parameters
Formula 7.28 Formula 7.29
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Common-Base re vs. h-Parameter Model
hib re hfb -?
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Common-Base h-Parameters
Formula 7.30 Formula 7.31
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