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You can find a lot of folded cascode opamps here on EDAboard, and many tutorials in the net. How to size such an opamp and implement it with Cādence tools you have to learn and find out yourself. Anyway its transistor sizing depends on several requirements like supply voltage limits, gain, power consumption versus bandwidth, noise, drive capab
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Hi everyone. I am looking for some good introduction tutorials on BJT and MOSFET transistors. I am looking for tutorials that list "the steps" to take to do circuit analysis on BJT and MOSFET transistors. A tutorial that goes into good detail for cutoff, active, and saturation modes of a transistor. (...)
Hello it anyone can tell me how to simulate biasing transistor in ADS 2011 software?Kindly please help me.thanks
I am not sure if this is what you are looking for, but a common emitter amplifier is a basic building block which has a few components but not too any. Alternatively, maybe some basic radio circuit - a single transistor transmitter
MOSFET as a Switch Examples:
hi, newbie here. we are given a project using transistor as a switch. transistor as a Switch Various circuit examples
Hi, Think you are using Mikroe C, there should be plenty of examples /tutorials around on PWM. The 877A has an inbuilt hardware pwm module so its easy enough to initiate. To contol the motor you have two common ways of controlling it, a single transistor to drive the motor, using another pic output to turn a double pole relay on /off to chan
ADS files can't be read by SPICE. You can possibly copy the SPICE transistor models included in the ADS files. There are tutorials how to import component models and macroc subcircuits into LTSpice.
Go through the above links first.
Here is an explanation of biasing: Some more links can be found in
You may read some theory here: Common Emitter Amplifier and transistor Amplifiers
Take a look at these to learn about transistors tutorials, Electronics made EASY, Williamson Labs transistor Circuits Alex
@Frogging101 please attach schematic ..... some help links for you: NPN Common Emitter Amplifiers Bipolar NPN transistor Tutorial
NOT gate using a transistor ~ Technoburst see it
hi can anyone tell me what is q factor in transistor and how i can use it practically? thanks
Hello, I am looking into voltage regulators, but so far am having difficulty finding good references to learn about them. Are there some references, such as papers, textbooks, tutorials, etc, that discuss voltage regulators and transistor level designs? Thanks.
i want to start to desing amplifer on stage with transistor to multi stage could you interduce me with good article or books that explain it very well? i want a book ,text or .... that explain how can design a ampilfer with transistor with eqution and use transistor data sheet.... Thanks a lot
transistor Amplifiers - The Common Emitter Amplifier
Small variations in the base current will have big variation in the collector current. Check transistor explanation in the following link tutorials, Electronics made EASY, Williamson Labs Alex
I keep reading MOSFET tutorials that describe the MOSFET as a voltage controlled device that has extremely high input resistance (OK so far) but then state "NO current flows into the gate" (for example The MOSFET or Metal Oxide Semiconductor FET Tutorial ). Why do
This might help Class A Amplifier Tutorial And here is a (transistor) class A calculator if you scroll in the middle transistor Example Alex
Hi everybody I have designed a transistor level circuit in Cadence. Can I get it's layout using a placement and routing tool? if yes, How? Could you please introduce me a good tutorial? Thanks in advanced
can anybody help me to design a low noise amplifier at 868MHz frequency by using transistor BFR92A ? i stuck already
You need to read a good book. Like "Microwave transistor amplifiers, analysis and design" 2nd ed. by Gonzalez. Some of the involved topics are: - gain definitions - stability circles - conjugate matching - constant gain circles - constant VSWR circles - biasing - constant noise circles
What is the (need for/advantage of) biasing a transistor in Weak inversion region? Plz list some tutorials if anyone might know! Sidharth
Hi! Here you may find some informations: transistor Circuit Techniques (Tutorial Guides in Electronic Engineering) by Gordon J. Ritchie CMOS Analog Circuit Design by Phillip E. Allen, Douglas R. Holberg, Allen,
connect an NPN transistor to the pin here is a ckt for interfacing relay to a micro controller just replace the relay with an electronic latch
Some reference for transistor as a switch.
Hi members, I need materials/tutorials on CMOS transistor W/L sizing. In fact I need to understand the 1/K rule used in the inverter based Oscilators. Any help will be appreciated. I'll donade 20 Points as a reword for real helps. Best Regards, Master_PicEngineer.
if the company u use thier transistor, didn't mention the NFmin , and the Sopt , u need to measure them in ur company khouly
I can see some of your transistors, but you need first to place them then use SHIFT+F. Sometimes Layout XL looks like lagging in such issues. Try shut down icfb and restart. Tell me the results. D.
ujt is the unijunction transistor refer to the following for help of testing a ujt) ency
you can using chopper cctinclude transistor and coil and capacitor to change the avarge
hello all my question is that how a transistor can be used to switch between 2.5V and 5.0 volts plz help me in this regard what wil be input and how its functions guve me the actual cct diagram i know it is simple but i m unable to do it take care
for bootloader see this nice site.... . Regarding need LD293 control direction and speed of the motor. If you want to control..the speed only, a transistor or mosfet will do that. Hope this helps
Hi I need some tutorials or IEEE Papers on UWB LNA using pHEMT transistor. Thanks Kella
wolfheart_2001 the thing is that when you design a discrete transistor amplifier you have to ensure that your output is not beta dependent. the reason is as you have found out that different transistors of the same part number have different values of beta and infact transistors on the same silicon will have different values of beta. and (...)
Salam, Connect the motor between the anode of D5 and D6. This transistor configuration called H-Bridge. It's used for control a motor. For more info look In common the
Hi packet, such an oscillator could be built in different ways. An easy possibility is a colpitts LC-oscillator. Look at this page ( ), there are some explanations about. You can also build a VCO with this osci-type. The choice a transistor depends on your needed outputpow
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Hi: How to design a one-transistor Super-Regenerative Receiver? Or where I can find information about this Topics? Great Thnaks hslin000