If the resistance R E is increased, then a. 46 0 obj << /Linearized 1 /O 48 /H [ 1921 807 ] /L 266253 /E 84283 /N 9 /T 265215 >> endobj xref 46 74 0000000016 00000 n 0000014452 00000 n (a) Zero both inputs. xÚÅYÙnÛ8}÷W˜±\E²À If a signal of 500 mV is applied between emitter and base, find the voltage amplification. %PDF-1.4 0000065185 00000 n Question-2 BJT based differential amplifier with a constant current source. (Si BJT with β = 200, V A = 150 V, ignore Early effect in bias calculations). 0000023865 00000 n An amplifier may be defined as a device that increases the current, voltage or power of an input signal with the help of a transistor by furnishing the additional power from a separate source of supply. Why? 0000007396 00000 n �y�Wx8�'����=�H�}Cdq�G�H�:0�'b�ܻ ����!d����dpvJ�W���J)��G�t����'�=�N��Q> �rC׳�.R!�^�R�|�D!HT1�L��! But any difference between inputs V 1 and V 2 is multiplied (i.e. One of the problems with analog simulators is that they will apply the same quantities to all the discrete transistor parameters (of the same part number) unless you intervene. 0000030393 00000 n What is an amplifier? Smith, 6th Edition. 5(a). 0000002728 00000 n 0000018535 00000 n 0000018557 00000 n 0000003786 00000 n 0000021778 00000 n 7.11 An NMOS differential amplifier is operated at a bias current I of 0.5 mA and has a W/L ratio of 50, Ei nC 0X = 250 HAN , V A and A rf. Because you can achieve any linear transfer function with it. 0000004755 00000 n 0000022046 00000 n of Kansas Dept. 0000004007 00000 n 0000007192 00000 n 3. •Small signal Models are only useful for Forward active mode and thus, are derived under this condition. Half-circuit incremental analysis techniques. Both of these configurations are explained here. Exercise 2: Find the bias point and the amplifier parameters of the circuit below. /Length 1609 0000020327 00000 n Please go through both of them to get a better understanding. 0000008154 00000 n 0000016668 00000 n Welcome back to Electronics. A bipolar junction transistor amplifier is shown below. As calculated in the above Question.12, IC = 1.73 mA and VCE = 14.6V. Design a BJT differential amplifier that provides two single-ended outputs (at the collectors). View Homework Help - Solutions-Problems-Chapter 6 (BJT) from ELE 404 at Ryerson University. BJT Amplifiers 6 CHAPTER OUTLINE 6–1 Amplifier Operation 6–2 Transistor AC Models 6–3 The Common-Emitter Amplifier 6–4 The Common-Collector Amplifier 6–5 The Common-Base Amplifier 6–6 Multistage Amplifiers 6–7 The Differential Amplifier 6–8 Troubleshooting Device Application CHAPTER OBJECTIVES Describe amplifier operation Discuss transistor models Differential Amplifier BJT Experimenting. 0000005498 00000 n %PDF-1.3 %���� Differential amplifiers have high common mode rejection ratio (CMRR) and high input impedance. of EECS 7.3 The BJT Differential Pair Reading Assignment: pp. It can also be transformed in a summing amplifier… 0000058840 00000 n of Kansas Dept. 0. The effect of r, is neglected in this problem. Assume that the current source I bias is ideal, and the transistor has very large β , r b = 0 and r 0 -> ∞. 704-720 In addition to common-emitter, common-collector (i.e., the emitter follower), and common-base amplifiers, a fourth important and “classic” BJT amplifier stage is the differential pair. Moreover, if we define a differential output voltage: Then we find it is related to the differential input as: Thus, the differential pair makes a very good difference amplifier—the kind of gain stage that is required in every operational-amplifier circuit! 0000021371 00000 n V CG1, V CG2 very sensitive to mismatch I ref1 ≠ I ref2. 0000021575 00000 n The output signal can be written y = −Az = −A (x + by)This can be solved for the gain to obtainy x = −A 1 + bA(4)We see that the amount of feedback for the inverting amplifier is the same as for the non-inverting amplifier.If A is large enough so that bA >> 1, the gain of the non-inverting amplifier given by Eq. All transistors operate with the same V OV. Each effects the final single-ended output with opposite polarity. 11 will change over a temperature range where β increases from 85 to 100 and V BE , decreases from 0.7V to 0.6V.. 0000007963 00000 n In this lesson, we are going to solve for the branch currents in a differential amplifier circuit. of EECS But think about what this means! A@�Ğ’®Q›,q «6aÆÖÔ‘ûS3/“ÔÌD)ÔÅ[Ó„*øSÙuÜŠ¦Ak÷×]�i#aSı4!T�ÿtÆ²5†Ì¯İ÷A< ×³Cá?‡u�8•ûêJwsî+š 0000078429 00000 n 0000058476 00000 n In this section, we analyze a common differential amplifier circuit composed of BJT, and then understand the general principles of differential mode amplification and common mode suppression. Differential Amp – Active Loads Basics 1 Rc1 Rc2 Rb1 Rb2 Rref Vee Vcc Iref Vcg1 Vcg2 Rref1 Rref2 Iref1 Iref2-Vee Vcc Q1 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Vcg1 Q2 Vcg2 Vi1 Vi2 R C1⇒r o6 R C2⇒r o7 PROBLEM: Op. 0000060914 00000 n 0000008114 00000 n It has a emitter-degeneration bias with a voltage divider. Problem Set #8 BJT CE Ampliﬁer Circuits Q1 Consider the common-emitter BJT ampliﬁer circuit shown in Figure 1. Solution : For β = 85 and V BE = 0.7V. 0000010742 00000 n Exercise 3: The differential amplifier below should achieve a differential gain of 40 with a power consumption of 2 mW. Let me begin … Q1. 0000026571 00000 n 0000058256 00000 n As calculated in the above Question.12, IC = 1.73 mA and VCE = 14.6V. The collectors are connect to Vcc via 12kQ resistors. 3, known as the BJT di erential pair, can be used to amplify only the di erential input signal Vid =(Vi1 Vi2) while rejecting the common-mode signal ViC = 1 2 (Vi1+ Vi2). Exercises 6.1 6.3 6.10 through 6.14 6.17 amplified) by the differential amplifier gain A d. 0000052372 00000 n CIRCUIT BJT_DIFFAMP1.CIR Download the SPICE file. B-100, VA= 100 V, V be(on) = 0.7 V and V1 26 mV for all transistors. 0000004976 00000 n Determine how much the Q-point in Fig. This is Dr. Robinson. The differential amplifier, also known as the difference amplifier, is a universal linear processing circuit in the analog domain. trailer << /Size 120 /Info 44 0 R /Root 47 0 R /Prev 265205 /ID[<45fbce723b1003582d4e47dbe16fbf1b><88ba0cfac27bad0723f3789ac211ca69>] >> startxref 0 %%EOF 47 0 obj << /Type /Catalog /Pages 43 0 R /Metadata 45 0 R /PageLabels 42 0 R >> endobj 118 0 obj << /S 718 /L 904 /Filter /FlateDecode /Length 119 0 R >> stream 0000004191 00000 n 0000005128 00000 n This is just a simple EECS 211 problem!The left side of the circuit provides the voltage divider equation: 25 Assume VCC=2.5V. ÙÍÎA)¥ôZ1(Z³ÔOy+øyE _ã’Ğ¨ô)¼*ÔfÏÔ)R‰Àà'´.%X¥"qo\µ¾úQwãÕEF‚³š\Ğö9© 8Ø‘(tw¢¼Ò’B«3à‚à‚�_äÖ6ÎÄÔ×“¯'!#x. If we find one unknown voltage, we can immediately determine the other. Find (W/L) of all transistors, V G 3, V G 4, and V G 5. 4 0 obj << Ä”xu—£ÃËC•ş‘@ã@ 0000010720 00000 n 0000014430 00000 n 0000004568 00000 n What is the maximum allowable base voltage if the differential input is large enough to completely steer the tail current? Here is a schematic of the circuit we're going to analyze and I have labeled the currents that we're going to solve for as we precede through the example, I1 through I7 plus the load current IL. The circuit is shown in the figure below. The two resistors are assumed to be matched and so are the BJTs 2 Q 1 and Q2. }|ÑØNÒNs¤qÓ¯‡OWÂÎJ`�d ¡H$)éÛëaaÂJÚÂ¸]’p¥!cq`ÈŒÒñ�áK€HSÀçíf ıV(é˜¾ösôåæĞß�0bZ�0ÆĞyu��8Cåîr1º]õ»zëgĞÕ ³Ï We are ready to continue to step 5! 0000026493 00000 n First of all, as you can see from my design, there are 2 big resistances at each base and I dont know their functionality exactly. Therefore, a D.C. analysis problem for a BJT operating in the active region reduces to: find one of these values , , B C E ii ori Differential amplifiers can be made using one opamp or two opamps. 0000052007 00000 n 0000047373 00000 n Amplifier Frequency Response 9.1 High-Frequency Small-Signal Models for Design 9.2 Stages with Voltage and Current Gain 9.3 Voltage Buffers 9.4 Current Buffers 9.5 Comparison of Single-Stage Amplifiers 9.6 Multistage Amplifiers 9.7 Differential Amplifiers Solutions to Exercises Chapter Summary References Problems INTRODUCTION >> Fig. Now, in solving for the output voltage in this problem, I used this known node voltage and the drop across this resistor, but another way to do it is to use the known result for the gain of a differential amplifier if we recognize that this is a diff-amp. 0000012942 00000 n Determine, in (kS2), the respective values of Rid and Riem. 0000021071 00000 n The device that amplifies the amplitude of the input signal is called the amplifier. 0000020120 00000 n Look under the hood of most op amps, comparators or audio amplifiers, and you'll discover this powerful front-end circuit - the differential amplifier. o Input at the base, output at the collector. The collector load is 1 kΩ. 0000003372 00000 n Because is completely steered, - … 0000006785 00000 n 0000061129 00000 n The circuit obtained for Q1 isshownontheleftin Fig. The German University in Cairo Electronics Dept., Faculty of IET Course: Electronics Circuits (ELCT 604) Dr. Eman Azab Semester: 6th Electronics Eng. In the differential amplifier shown in the figure, the magnitude of the common mode and differential mode gains are A cm and A d, respectively. Radwa Khairy Spring 2020 Page 1 of 3 BJT Differential Amplifiers Problem 1 Given: Q1 and Q2 matched with 200 , K R ref 10 and K R C 10. 0000063386 00000 n The amplifier is to have a differential gain (to each of the two outputs) of at least 100 V/V, a differential input resistance ≥10k Ω and a common mode gain (to each of the two outputs) no greater than 0.1 V/V. 7. + + + + H�T��n�0Ew�$�a��Ф2�&ͮHtj������H#A[8�.uI��n�����Oz��5���5� σ�43�e%��Q9A����;�Oж�� A differential input signal of 0.1 V is applied between the two bases. BJT AMPLIFIERS Questions :-1. Fig. Use a 2mA current source for biasing. 11 Differential Amplifier Circuits - 295 - and Vout2 = 2 V V out (d) out (c) − (11.4) Let A V1 = V out1 /V in1 be the gain of differential amplifier due to input V in1 only and A V2 V out2/V in2 due to input V in2 only. Assume α ac to be nearly one. Small Signal Model of a BJT •Just as we did with a p-n diode, we can break the BJT up into a large signal analysis and a small signal analysis and “linearize” the non -linear behavior of the Ebers -Moll model. There can be multiple inversions between the diff amp input and the final output. 12/3/2004 Steps for DC Analysis of BJT Circuits 6/11 Jim Stiles The Univ. BJT Differential Amplifier. /Filter /FlateDecode 0000046524 00000 n The BJT di erential pair The circuit shown in Fig. *�J�ej�ʊ�RDU�ĺ�uu��3&��AY��s?�~e���ݕ��e��`QK\�m���}� ��'. 0000006494 00000 n ... 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