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# BJT Biasing

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LE210 Lecture Notes 2002 Edition:
BJT Biasing Circuits
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BJT
Biasing Circuits
Base Bias
LE210 Lecture Notes 2002 Edition:
BJT Biasing Circuits
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\u2022 As shown in the above circuit, two
dc voltage supplies are needed to
bias a BJT which is not practical.

\u2022 In a simple biasing circuit, VBBis
eliminated by connecting the
resistor RB to the supply VCC.

\u2022 This biasing circuit is called base
bias, or fixed bias.
VBB
RB
RC
VCC
RCVCC
RB
LE210 Lecture Notes 2002 Edition:
BJT Biasing Circuits
3
RCVCC
RB
B
CE
IB
IC
VBE
VCE
\u2022
Since IC=\u03b2DCIB,
\u2022
Applying KVL,
VCC=ICRC+VCE
\u2022
Therefore,
VCE= VCC\u2013 ICRC
\u2022
\u03b2DCvaries from device to device
resulting in the variation of IC.
\u2022

A good biasing circuit is to
maintain a constant ICwhile\u03b2DC
varies.

DC
CC
BE
C
B
\u03b2(V -V )
I =
R
\u2022 Applying KVL,
VCC=IBRB+VBE
\u2022 Therefore,
CC
BE
B
B
V -V
I =
R