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In other words, as depicted in Fig. 14, the gain rolls off at sufficiently high frequencies, limiting the (usable) “bandwidth” of the circuit. Amplifiers (and other analog circuits) suffer from trade-offs between gain, speed and power dissipation. Today’s microelectronic amplifiers achieve bandwidths as large as tens of gigahertz. 14 Roll-off of an amplifier’s gain at high frequencies. What other analog functions are frequently used? ” For example, an electrocardiograph measuring a patient’s heart activities also picks up the 60-Hz (or 50-Hz) electrical line voltage because the patient’s body acts as an antenna.
Solution In this case, two symmetric profiles may develop in both positive and negative directions along the x-axis, leading to current flow from the source toward the two ends of the bar. Exercise Is KCL still satisfied at the point of injection? Our qualitative study of diffusion suggests that the more nonuniform the concentration, the larger the current. 39) where n denotes the carrier concentration at a given point along the x-axis. We call dn/dx the concentration “gradient” with respect to x, assuming current flow only in the x direction.
This starts when children buy their first video game device. np = ni2 . 4) We return to this equation later. Recall from Fig. 2 that phosphorus (P) contains five valence electrons. What happens if some P atoms are introduced in a silicon crystal? As illustrated in Fig. ” This electron is free to move, serving as a charge carrier. Thus, if N phosphorus atoms are uniformly introduced in each cubic centimeter of a silicon crystal, then the density of free electrons rises by the same amount. 5 Si Si Si Loosely-attached electon with phosphorus doping.