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Using the Transistor D.C. Model – Our first circuit.

The first circuit we will analyse.

In the post “The Basic DC Model for a NPN Bipolar Junction Transistor” we came up with a generic model for a transistor and in the last post “Reading a Datasheet for our DC Transistor Model Parameters” we assigned values to the parts of the model based on

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The Basic DC model for an NPN Bipolar Junction Transistor

Modified Current Definitions for our NPN Transistor Model Discussion

There are two ways to create a model. One method is to know how the pieces are parts inside the device operate and use these principles to add all the pieces and parts and their interactions together to develop a “white box” model. The opposite

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Linearity and our pencil and paper models for Electronics.

Independent Sources

Our goal now is to come up with a way to create simple models of electronic circuits. From the discussion last time “Design, Models, and Simulations“, we understand our model will be very simplified and therefore inaccurate. However, it will be good enough for our first shot before going to the trouble

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