## Transconductance given Drain Voltage Constant Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Transconductance = Output Conductance*(1-sqrt((Input Voltage-Gate Voltage)/Pinch Off Voltage))
gm = Go*(1-sqrt((Vi-Vg)/Vp))
This formula uses 1 Functions, 5 Variables
Functions Used
sqrt - Squre root function, sqrt(Number)
Variables Used
Transconductance - (Measured in Siemens) - Transconductance MESFET, also infrequently called mutual conductance.
Output Conductance - (Measured in Siemens) - The output conductance go represents the small-signal drain-source conductance of the MOSFET when the gate-source voltage is held constant.
Input Voltage - (Measured in Volt) - Input Voltage is the first power source that enters into any branch circuit etc. Input voltage is any voltage source that's derived from the supply voltage source.
Gate Voltage - (Measured in Volt) - Gate Voltage is the voltage entering the gate source junction of a JFET transistor.
Pinch Off Voltage - (Measured in Volt) - Pinch Off Voltage is the gate voltage at which the channel becomes completely pinched off, and is a key parameter in the operation of FETs. It is an important parameter in circuit design.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Output Conductance: 16.08 Mho --> 16.08 Siemens (Check conversion here)
Input Voltage: 15.9 Volt --> 15.9 Volt No Conversion Required
Gate Voltage: 9.62 Volt --> 9.62 Volt No Conversion Required
Pinch Off Voltage: 12.56 Volt --> 12.56 Volt No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
gm = Go*(1-sqrt((Vi-Vg)/Vp)) --> 16.08*(1-sqrt((15.9-9.62)/12.56))
Evaluating ... ...
gm = 4.70972295852031
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
4.70972295852031 Siemens -->4.70972295852031 Mho (Check conversion here)
4.70972295852031 Mho <-- Transconductance
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## Transconductance given Drain Voltage Constant Formula

Transconductance = Output Conductance*(1-sqrt((Input Voltage-Gate Voltage)/Pinch Off Voltage))
gm = Go*(1-sqrt((Vi-Vg)/Vp))

## What is transconductance?

Transconductance (gm) is a measure of the sensitivity of the output current of a device to changes in the input voltage. It is defined as the derivative of the output current with respect to the input voltage, and has units of siemens (S).

## How to Calculate Transconductance given Drain Voltage Constant?

Transconductance given Drain Voltage Constant calculator uses Transconductance = Output Conductance*(1-sqrt((Input Voltage-Gate Voltage)/Pinch Off Voltage)) to calculate the Transconductance, The Transconductance given Drain Voltage Constant formula is defined as a measure of the sensitivity of the output current of a device to changes in the input voltage. It is defined as the derivative of the output current with respect to the input voltage, and has units of siemens (S). The output conductance here represents the small-signal drain-source conductance of the MOSFET when the gate-source voltage is held constant. Transconductance is denoted by gm symbol.

How to calculate Transconductance given Drain Voltage Constant using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Transconductance given Drain Voltage Constant, enter Output Conductance (Go), Input Voltage (Vi), Gate Voltage (Vg) & Pinch Off Voltage (Vp) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Transconductance given Drain Voltage Constant calculation can be explained with given input values -> 4.709723 = 16.08*(1-sqrt((15.9-9.62)/12.56)).

### FAQ

What is Transconductance given Drain Voltage Constant?
The Transconductance given Drain Voltage Constant formula is defined as a measure of the sensitivity of the output current of a device to changes in the input voltage. It is defined as the derivative of the output current with respect to the input voltage, and has units of siemens (S). The output conductance here represents the small-signal drain-source conductance of the MOSFET when the gate-source voltage is held constant and is represented as gm = Go*(1-sqrt((Vi-Vg)/Vp)) or Transconductance = Output Conductance*(1-sqrt((Input Voltage-Gate Voltage)/Pinch Off Voltage)). The output conductance go represents the small-signal drain-source conductance of the MOSFET when the gate-source voltage is held constant, Input Voltage is the first power source that enters into any branch circuit etc. Input voltage is any voltage source that's derived from the supply voltage source, Gate Voltage is the voltage entering the gate source junction of a JFET transistor & Pinch Off Voltage is the gate voltage at which the channel becomes completely pinched off, and is a key parameter in the operation of FETs. It is an important parameter in circuit design.
How to calculate Transconductance given Drain Voltage Constant?
The Transconductance given Drain Voltage Constant formula is defined as a measure of the sensitivity of the output current of a device to changes in the input voltage. It is defined as the derivative of the output current with respect to the input voltage, and has units of siemens (S). The output conductance here represents the small-signal drain-source conductance of the MOSFET when the gate-source voltage is held constant is calculated using Transconductance = Output Conductance*(1-sqrt((Input Voltage-Gate Voltage)/Pinch Off Voltage)). To calculate Transconductance given Drain Voltage Constant, you need Output Conductance (Go), Input Voltage (Vi), Gate Voltage (Vg) & Pinch Off Voltage (Vp). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Output Conductance, Input Voltage, Gate Voltage & Pinch Off 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 Transconductance?
In this formula, Transconductance uses Output Conductance, Input Voltage, Gate Voltage & Pinch Off Voltage. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
• Transconductance = Gate to Source Capacitance/2*pi*Cut-off Frequency
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