6.25 A pnp power transistor operates with an emitter-to-collector voltage of 5 V, an emitter current of 5 A, and V EB = 0.8 V. For β=20, what base current is required? What is I S for this transistor? Compare the emitter–base junction area of this transistor with that of a small-signal transistor that conducts i C = 1 mA with v EB = 0.70 V. How much larger is it?

image 193 - 6.25 A pnp power transistor operates with an emitter-to-collector voltage of 5 V, an emitter current of 5 A, and V EB = 0.8 V. For β=20, what base current is required? What is I S for this transistor? Compare the emitter–base junction area of this transistor with that of a small-signal transistor that conducts i C = 1 mA with v EB = 0.70 V. How much larger is it?image 194 - 6.25 A pnp power transistor operates with an emitter-to-collector voltage of 5 V, an emitter current of 5 A, and V EB = 0.8 V. For β=20, what base current is required? What is I S for this transistor? Compare the emitter–base junction area of this transistor with that of a small-signal transistor that conducts i C = 1 mA with v EB = 0.70 V. How much larger is it?

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images - 6.25 A pnp power transistor operates with an emitter-to-collector voltage of 5 V, an emitter current of 5 A, and V EB = 0.8 V. For β=20, what base current is required? What is I S for this transistor? Compare the emitter–base junction area of this transistor with that of a small-signal transistor that conducts i C = 1 mA with v EB = 0.70 V. How much larger is it?

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