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## Voltage between gate and source Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
voltage_between_gate_and_source = Input voltage/(1+MOSFET Transconductance*Series resistor)
vgs = Vi/(1+gm*Rs)
This formula uses 3 Variables
Variables Used
Input voltage - Input voltage is the voltage supplied to the device (Measured in Volt)
MOSFET Transconductance - MOSFET Transconductance is the change in the drain current divided by the small change in the gate/source voltage with a constant drain/source voltage. (Measured in Microsiemens)
Series resistor - Series Resistor is a current limiting resistor connected in series with the input voltage. It is used to limit maximum current flowing in a circuit. (Measured in Ohm)
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Input voltage: 1 Volt --> 1 Volt No Conversion Required
MOSFET Transconductance: 0.25 Microsiemens --> 2.5E-07 Siemens (Check conversion here)
Series resistor: 50 Ohm --> 50 Ohm No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
vgs = Vi/(1+gm*Rs) --> 1/(1+2.5E-07*50)
Evaluating ... ...
vgs = 0.999987500156248
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
0.999987500156248 Volt --> No Conversion Required
0.999987500156248 Volt <-- Voltage between gate and source
(Calculation completed in 00.016 seconds)

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### Voltage between gate and source Formula

voltage_between_gate_and_source = Input voltage/(1+MOSFET Transconductance*Series resistor)
vgs = Vi/(1+gm*Rs)

## Why voltage between gate and source is important to the transistor?

The gate-source voltage, Vgs, is a very important voltage because it is the voltage that is responsible for turning off a JFET or a depletion MOSFET transistor.

## How to Calculate Voltage between gate and source?

Voltage between gate and source calculator uses voltage_between_gate_and_source = Input voltage/(1+MOSFET Transconductance*Series resistor) to calculate the Voltage between gate and source, The Voltage between gate and source, Vgs, of a FET transistor is the voltage that falls across the gate-source terminal of the transistor. Voltage between gate and source and is denoted by vgs symbol.

How to calculate Voltage between gate and source using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Voltage between gate and source, enter Input voltage (Vi), MOSFET Transconductance (gm) and Series resistor (Rs) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Voltage between gate and source calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.999988 = 1/(1+2.5E-07*50).

### FAQ

What is Voltage between gate and source?
The Voltage between gate and source, Vgs, of a FET transistor is the voltage that falls across the gate-source terminal of the transistor and is represented as vgs = Vi/(1+gm*Rs) or voltage_between_gate_and_source = Input voltage/(1+MOSFET Transconductance*Series resistor). Input voltage is the voltage supplied to the device, MOSFET Transconductance is the change in the drain current divided by the small change in the gate/source voltage with a constant drain/source voltage and Series Resistor is a current limiting resistor connected in series with the input voltage. It is used to limit maximum current flowing in a circuit.
How to calculate Voltage between gate and source?
The Voltage between gate and source, Vgs, of a FET transistor is the voltage that falls across the gate-source terminal of the transistor is calculated using voltage_between_gate_and_source = Input voltage/(1+MOSFET Transconductance*Series resistor). To calculate Voltage between gate and source, you need Input voltage (Vi), MOSFET Transconductance (gm) and Series resistor (Rs). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Input voltage, MOSFET Transconductance and Series resistor 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 Voltage between gate and source?
In this formula, Voltage between gate and source uses Input voltage, MOSFET Transconductance and Series resistor. We can use 10 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
• resistance = Amplifier input/input current
• amplifier_input = (Input resistance/(Input resistance+Signal Resistance))*Small Signal
• voltage_gain_of_the_amplifier_proper = Output voltage/Input voltage
• overall_voltage_gain = Output voltage/Signal Output