9.27 An npn differential amplifier with I = 0.4 mA, VCC = V EE = 2.5 V, and RC = 5 k utilizes BJTs with β = 100 and v BE = 0.7 V at iC = 1 mA. If vB2 = 0, find VE, VC1, and VC2 obtained with v B1 = +0.5 V, and with vB1 = −0.5 V. Assume that the current source requires a minimum of 0.3 V for proper operation.

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

This content is for Premium members only.
sign up for premium and access unlimited solutions for a month at just 5$(not renewed automatically)


images - 9.27 An npn differential amplifier with I = 0.4 mA, VCC = V EE = 2.5 V, and RC = 5 k utilizes BJTs with β = 100 and v BE = 0.7 V at iC = 1 mA. If vB2 = 0, find VE, VC1, and VC2 obtained with v B1 = +0.5 V, and with vB1 = −0.5 V. Assume that the current source requires a minimum of 0.3 V for proper operation.

already a member please login