Input Gate-to-Source Voltage Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Critical Voltage = (Input Amplifier Resistance/(Input Amplifier Resistance+Equivalent Source Resistance))*Input Voltage
Vc = (Rin/(Rin+Rse))*Vin
This formula uses 4 Variables
Variables Used
Critical Voltage - (Measured in Volt) - Critical Voltage is the minimum phase to the neutral voltage which glows and appears all along the line conductor.
Input Amplifier Resistance - (Measured in Ohm) - The Input Amplifier Resistance is the resistance that opposes the flow of current as it enters the transistor.
Equivalent Source Resistance - (Measured in Ohm) - Equivalent Source Resistance is a measure of the total opposition to current flow in an electrical circuit, taking into account the resistance of the source and any parallel circuit components.
Input Voltage - (Measured in Volt) - The Input voltage is the voltage detected at the input of the transistor.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Input Amplifier Resistance: 1.4 Kilohm --> 1400 Ohm (Check conversion ​here)
Equivalent Source Resistance: 10.2 Ohm --> 10.2 Ohm No Conversion Required
Input Voltage: 9.4 Volt --> 9.4 Volt No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
Vc = (Rin/(Rin+Rse))*Vin --> (1400/(1400+10.2))*9.4
Evaluating ... ...
Vc = 9.33200964402212
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
9.33200964402212 Volt --> No Conversion Required
FINAL ANSWER
9.33200964402212 9.33201 Volt <-- Critical Voltage
(Calculation completed in 00.020 seconds)

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​ Go Conductance of Channel = Mobility of Electrons at Surface of Channel*Oxide Capacitance*Channel Width/Channel Length*(Gate-Source Voltage-Threshold Voltage)
Common Gate Output Voltage
​ Go Output Voltage = -(Transconductance*Critical Voltage)*((Load Resistance*Gate Resistance)/(Gate Resistance+Load Resistance))
Output Voltage at Drain Q1 of MOSFET given Common-Mode Signal
​ Go Drain Voltage Q1 = -Output Resistance*(Transconductance*Common Mode Input Signal)/(1+(2*Transconductance*Output Resistance))
Voltage across Gate and Source of MOSFET on Operation with Differential Input Voltage
​ Go Gate-Source Voltage = Threshold Voltage+sqrt((2*DC Bias Current)/(Process Transconductance Parameter*Aspect Ratio))
Source Input Voltage
​ Go Source Input Voltage = Input Voltage*(Input Amplifier Resistance/(Input Amplifier Resistance+Equivalent Source Resistance))
Input Gate-to-Source Voltage
​ Go Critical Voltage = (Input Amplifier Resistance/(Input Amplifier Resistance+Equivalent Source Resistance))*Input Voltage
Output Voltage at Drain Q2 of MOSFET given Common-Mode Signal
​ Go Drain Voltage Q2 = -(Output Resistance/((1/Transconductance)+2*Output Resistance))*Common Mode Input Signal
Voltage across Gate and Source of MOSFET given Input Current
​ Go Gate-Source Voltage = Input Current/(Angular Frequency*(Source Gate Capacitance+Gate-Drain Capacitance))
Positive Voltage given Device Parameter in MOSFET
​ Go Input Current = Gate-Source Voltage*(Angular Frequency*(Source Gate Capacitance+Gate-Drain Capacitance))
Overdrive Voltage when MOSFET Acts as Amplifier with Load Resistance
​ Go Transconductance = Total Current/(Common Mode Input Signal-(2*Total Current*Output Resistance))
Incremental Voltage Signal of Differential Amplifier
​ Go Common Mode Input Signal = (Total Current/Transconductance)+(2*Total Current*Output Resistance)
Voltage at Drain Q1 of MOSFET
​ Go Output Voltage = -(Total Load Resistance of MOSFET/(2*Output Resistance))*Common Mode Input Signal
Voltage at Drain Q2 in MOSFET
​ Go Output Voltage = -(Total Load Resistance of MOSFET/(2*Output Resistance))*Common Mode Input Signal
Saturation Voltage of MOSFET
​ Go Drain and Source Saturation Voltage = Gate-Source Voltage-Threshold Voltage
Voltage across Gate to Source of MOSFET on Differential Input Voltage given Overdrive Voltage
​ Go Gate-Source Voltage = Threshold Voltage+1.4*Effective Voltage
Threshold Voltage when MOSFET Acts as Amplifier
​ Go Threshold Voltage = Gate-Source Voltage-Effective Voltage
Treshold Voltage of MOSFET
​ Go Threshold Voltage = Gate-Source Voltage-Effective Voltage
Overdrive Voltage
​ Go Overdrive Voltage = (2*Drain Current)/Transconductance
Output Voltage at Drain Q1 of MOSFET
​ Go Drain Voltage Q1 = -(Output Resistance*Total Current)
Output Voltage at Drain Q2 of MOSFET
​ Go Drain Voltage Q2 = -(Output Resistance*Total Current)

Input Gate-to-Source Voltage Formula

Critical Voltage = (Input Amplifier Resistance/(Input Amplifier Resistance+Equivalent Source Resistance))*Input Voltage
Vc = (Rin/(Rin+Rse))*Vin

What is the importance of input gate to source voltage?

The input gate plays a crucial role in determining the source voltage of an operational amplifier (op-amp). It sets the input voltage range and determines the output voltage swing.

How to Calculate Input Gate-to-Source Voltage?

Input Gate-to-Source Voltage calculator uses Critical Voltage = (Input Amplifier Resistance/(Input Amplifier Resistance+Equivalent Source Resistance))*Input Voltage to calculate the Critical Voltage, The Input Gate-to-Source Voltage formula is defined as the voltage between the input gate and the source of a MOSFET. It is a critical parameter in determining the device's behavior and performance. Critical Voltage is denoted by Vc symbol.

How to calculate Input Gate-to-Source Voltage using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Input Gate-to-Source Voltage, enter Input Amplifier Resistance (Rin), Equivalent Source Resistance (Rse) & Input Voltage (Vin) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Input Gate-to-Source Voltage calculation can be explained with given input values -> 9.33201 = (1400/(1400+10.2))*9.4.

FAQ

What is Input Gate-to-Source Voltage?
The Input Gate-to-Source Voltage formula is defined as the voltage between the input gate and the source of a MOSFET. It is a critical parameter in determining the device's behavior and performance and is represented as Vc = (Rin/(Rin+Rse))*Vin or Critical Voltage = (Input Amplifier Resistance/(Input Amplifier Resistance+Equivalent Source Resistance))*Input Voltage. The Input Amplifier Resistance is the resistance that opposes the flow of current as it enters the transistor, Equivalent Source Resistance is a measure of the total opposition to current flow in an electrical circuit, taking into account the resistance of the source and any parallel circuit components & The Input voltage is the voltage detected at the input of the transistor.
How to calculate Input Gate-to-Source Voltage?
The Input Gate-to-Source Voltage formula is defined as the voltage between the input gate and the source of a MOSFET. It is a critical parameter in determining the device's behavior and performance is calculated using Critical Voltage = (Input Amplifier Resistance/(Input Amplifier Resistance+Equivalent Source Resistance))*Input Voltage. To calculate Input Gate-to-Source Voltage, you need Input Amplifier Resistance (Rin), Equivalent Source Resistance (Rse) & Input Voltage (Vin). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Input Amplifier Resistance, Equivalent Source Resistance & Input Voltage and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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