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Intrinsic gain of the BJT Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
output_voltage_gain = Early voltage/Threshold voltage
Avo = VA'/VT
This formula uses 2 Variables
Variables Used
Early voltage - Early voltage is entirely process-technology dependent, with the dimensions of volts per micron.Typically, VA falls in the range of 5 V/μm to 50 V/μm. (Measured in Volt Per Micrometer)
Threshold voltage - Threshold voltage of transistor is the minimum gate to source voltage that is needed to create a conducting path between the source and drain terminals. It is an important factor to maintain power efficiency. (Measured in Volt)
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Early voltage: 0.025 Volt Per Micrometer --> 25000 Volt per Meter (Check conversion here)
Threshold voltage: 50 Volt --> 50 Volt No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
Avo = VA'/VT --> 25000/50
Evaluating ... ...
Avo = 500
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
500 Decibel --> No Conversion Required
FINAL ANSWER
500 Decibel <-- Output voltage gain
(Calculation completed in 00.007 seconds)

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Intrinsic gain of the BJT Formula

output_voltage_gain = Early voltage/Threshold voltage
Avo = VA'/VT

Which transistor has higher gain BJT or MOS and why?

BJT has more gain than MOSFET because MOSFET shows Quadratic I-V characteristics and BJT shows Exponential I-V characteristics and the change in exponential behavior is more as compared to Quadratic behavior.

How to Calculate Intrinsic gain of the BJT?

Intrinsic gain of the BJT calculator uses output_voltage_gain = Early voltage/Threshold voltage to calculate the Output voltage gain, The Intrinsic gain of the BJT formula is defined as the maximum possible voltage gain of a typical transistor, regardless of the bias point. it means more, that is the maximum gain of a CE (Common Emitter) amplifier by eliminating IC it's equal to VA/VT and it hasn't any dependence on the bias point of the transistor. Output voltage gain and is denoted by Avo symbol.

How to calculate Intrinsic gain of the BJT using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Intrinsic gain of the BJT, enter Early voltage (VA') and Threshold voltage (VT) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Intrinsic gain of the BJT calculation can be explained with given input values -> 500 = 25000/50.

FAQ

What is Intrinsic gain of the BJT?
The Intrinsic gain of the BJT formula is defined as the maximum possible voltage gain of a typical transistor, regardless of the bias point. it means more, that is the maximum gain of a CE (Common Emitter) amplifier by eliminating IC it's equal to VA/VT and it hasn't any dependence on the bias point of the transistor and is represented as Avo = VA'/VT or output_voltage_gain = Early voltage/Threshold voltage. Early voltage is entirely process-technology dependent, with the dimensions of volts per micron.Typically, VA falls in the range of 5 V/μm to 50 V/μm and Threshold voltage of transistor is the minimum gate to source voltage that is needed to create a conducting path between the source and drain terminals. It is an important factor to maintain power efficiency.
How to calculate Intrinsic gain of the BJT?
The Intrinsic gain of the BJT formula is defined as the maximum possible voltage gain of a typical transistor, regardless of the bias point. it means more, that is the maximum gain of a CE (Common Emitter) amplifier by eliminating IC it's equal to VA/VT and it hasn't any dependence on the bias point of the transistor is calculated using output_voltage_gain = Early voltage/Threshold voltage. To calculate Intrinsic gain of the BJT, you need Early voltage (VA') and Threshold voltage (VT). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Early voltage and Threshold voltage and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Output voltage gain?
In this formula, Output voltage gain uses Early voltage and Threshold voltage. We can use 10 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • output_voltage_gain = -MOSFET Transconductance*Output resistance
  • resistance_input = 1*Small-signal input resistance b/w base-emitter
  • output_voltage_gain = -MOSFET Transconductance*Output resistance of transistor
  • output_voltage_gain = Early voltage/Threshold voltage
  • mosfet_transconductance = Collector current/Collector current
  • output_resistance_of_transistor = Early voltage/Collector current
  • output_voltage_gain = 2*Early voltage/Effective voltage or overdrive voltage
  • output_voltage_gain = (2*Early voltage*Length of the Channel)/Effective voltage or overdrive voltage
  • output_voltage_gain = Early voltage*sqrt(2*(MOSFET Amplification Factor*Oxide Capacitance)*(Width of the Channel*Length of the Channel))/sqrt(Drain current)
  • voltage_gain_amplifier = -MOSFET Transconductance*(1/Final Resistance+1/Output resistance)
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