6.37 Augment the model of the npn BJT shown in Fig. 6.19(a) by a current source representing I CBO . Assume that r o is very large and thus can be neglected. In terms of this addition,what do the terminal currents i B , i C , and i E become? If the base lead is open-circuited while the emitter is connected to ground, and the collector is connected to a positive supply, find the emitter and collector currents. 6.38 A BJT whose emitter current is fi

image 221 - 6.37 Augment the model of the npn BJT shown in Fig. 6.19(a) by a current source representing I CBO . Assume that r o is very large and thus can be neglected. In terms of this addition,what do the terminal currents i B , i C , and i E become? If the base lead is open-circuited while the emitter is connected to ground, and the collector is connected to a positive supply, find the emitter and collector currents. 6.38 A BJT whose emitter current is fi

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images - 6.37 Augment the model of the npn BJT shown in Fig. 6.19(a) by a current source representing I CBO . Assume that r o is very large and thus can be neglected. In terms of this addition,what do the terminal currents i B , i C , and i E become? If the base lead is open-circuited while the emitter is connected to ground, and the collector is connected to a positive supply, find the emitter and collector currents. 6.38 A BJT whose emitter current is fi

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