辅导案例-JANUARY 2018
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UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL


JANUARY 2018


FACULTY OF ENGINEERING


Examination for the Degrees of Bachelor and Master of Engineering




EENG26000
Electronics 2



TIME ALLOWED:
2 Hours

This paper contains three questions.
Each question carries 20 marks.

The paper carries a total of 60 marks.
Attempt all questions.
The maximum for this paper is 60 marks.

Other Instructions



1. Calculators must have the Engineering Faculty seal of approval.






TURN OVER ONLY WHEN TOLD TO START WRITING

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Q1 (a) Compare and contrast the different types of BJT amplifier
available to an electronics design engineer. You should include
discussion of input resistance, output resistance, voltage gain and
current gain for each type of amplifier. Also state whether the
configuration is unilateral. Answering in the form of a table is
acceptable.

(7 marks)

(b) Figure Q1 shows a particular amplifier configuration

(i) Which configuration is shown?
(2 marks)

(ii) Sketch the small signal equivalent T-model for this amplifier

(4 marks)

(iii) Derive expressions for the input and output resistances of the
amplifier

(3 marks)

(iv) Derive expressions for the voltage gain (vo/vs) and current gain
(io/ii) of the amplifier

(4 marks)



Figure Q1







ii
io
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Q2 (a) Draw a diagram showing the basic structure of a n-channel
Enhancement mode MOSFET when both Source and Drain are
connected to ground and a positive voltage is applied to the
Gate. Label all features in the diagram.
(2 marks)

(b) Draw a diagram of the same structure as in part (a) above but
now with a positive Drain-Source voltage applied and explain
how this enables the device to operate as an amplifier.

(4 marks)

(c) Sketch the output Current-Voltage curves for a MOSFET as
described in part (b). Highlight any important features and
regions of operation for the device

(3 marks)

(d) In the circuit of figure Q2, the MOSFET may be considered to
be biased into the saturation region such that ID = 10mA with a
value of gm = 2.5mA/V. The drain resistance, RD = 60k. At
the operating frequency, the device capacitances are
sufficiently small and the circuit capacitances sufficiently large
to be neglected.

(i) Draw the small signal model for the circuit
(4 marks)

(ii) Calculate the small-signal voltage gain when the load
resistance, RL = 70k. (Assume that VA = 100V)
(3 marks)

(e) Explain what limits the upper frequency of operation of a silicon
MOSFET and suggest two changes to the device that could
increase the upper frequency limit
(4 marks)

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DDV
1GR
2GR
DR
SR
LR


Figure Q2

































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Q3 (a) (i) Discuss with the aid of diagrams the operation of the Wien Bridge
oscillator.

(5 marks)

(ii) Explain what controls the final amplitude of an oscillator and show
with the aid of diagrams how the amplitude of the Wein Bridge
oscillator in (i) can be controlled.

(5 marks)

(b) Figure Q3 shows a simplified diagram of a Hartley oscillator.

(i) Sketch the small signal equivalent circuit for this oscillator

(7 marks)

(ii) It is desired to operate the oscillator at 1MHz, if the transistor is
biased such that the value of gm = 30mA/V, calculate the required
values of L1 and L2.

(3 marks)


Figure Q3

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