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university:courses:electronics:electronics-lab-3m [12 Jul 2019 13:00]
andreeapop [Activity 3-M. The MOS transistor connected as a diode]
university:courses:electronics:electronics-lab-3m [23 Aug 2019 12:14] (current)
amiclaus
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 ===== Hardware Setup: ===== ===== Hardware Setup: =====
  
-The waveform generator should be configured for a 100 Hz triangle wave with 10 volt amplitude and 0 offset. The differential scope channel 2 (2+, 2-) measures the current in the resistor (and in the transistor). The Single ended input of scope channel 1 (1+) is connected to measure the voltage across the transistor. The current flowing through the transistor is the voltage difference 2+ and 2- divided by the resistor value (100Ω).+The waveform generator should be configured for a 100 Hz triangle wave with 10 volt amplitude ​peak-to-peak ​and 0 offset. The differential scope channel 2 (2+, 2-) measures the current in the resistor (and in the transistor). The Single ended input of scope channel 1 (1+) is connected to measure the voltage across the transistor. The current flowing through the transistor is the voltage difference 2+ and 2- divided by the resistor value (100Ω).
  
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 ===== Hardware Setup: ===== ===== Hardware Setup: =====
  
-The waveform generator should be configured for a 100 Hz triangle wave with 10 volt amplitude and 0 offset. The differential scope channel 2 (2+, 2-) measures the current in the resistor (and in the transistor). The Single ended input of scope channel 1 (1-) is connected to measure the voltage across the transistor. The current flowing through the transistor is the voltage difference 2+ and 2- divided by the resistor value (100Ω).+The waveform generator should be configured for a 100 Hz triangle wave with 10 volt amplitude ​peak-to-peak ​and 0 offset. The differential scope channel 2 (2+, 2-) measures the current in the resistor (and in the transistor). The Single ended input of scope channel 1 (1-) is connected to measure the voltage across the transistor. The current flowing through the transistor is the voltage difference 2+ and 2- divided by the resistor value (100Ω).
  
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university/courses/electronics/electronics-lab-3m.txt · Last modified: 23 Aug 2019 12:14 by amiclaus