6.17 Using the npn transistor model of Fig. 6.5(b), consider the case of a transistor for which the base is connected to ground, the collector is connected to a 5-V dc source through a 2-k resistor, and a 2-mA current source is connected to the emitter with the polarity so that current is drawn out of the emitter terminal. If β =100 and I S = 5 × 10 −15 A, find the voltages at the emitter and the collector and calculate the base current.

image 175 - 6.17 Using the npn transistor model of Fig. 6.5(b), consider the case of a transistor for which the base is connected to ground, the collector is connected to a 5-V dc source through a 2-k resistor, and a 2-mA current source is connected to the emitter with the polarity so that current is drawn out of the emitter terminal. If β =100 and I S = 5 × 10 −15 A, find the voltages at the emitter and the collector and calculate the base current.

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images - 6.17 Using the npn transistor model of Fig. 6.5(b), consider the case of a transistor for which the base is connected to ground, the collector is connected to a 5-V dc source through a 2-k resistor, and a 2-mA current source is connected to the emitter with the polarity so that current is drawn out of the emitter terminal. If β =100 and I S = 5 × 10 −15 A, find the voltages at the emitter and the collector and calculate the base current.

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