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The plate resistance of a triode is 8 kΩ and the transconductance is 2.5 millimho. (a) If the plate voltage is increased by 48 V, and the grid voltage is kept constant, what will be the increase in the plate current? (b) With plate voltage kept constant at this increased value, how much should the grid voltage be decreased in order to bring the plate current back to its initial value?

The plate resistance of a triode is 8 kΩ and the transconductance is 2.5 millimho. (a) If the plate voltage is increased by 48 V, and the grid voltage is kept constant, what will be the increase in the plate current? (b) With plate voltage kept constant at this increased value, how much should the grid voltage be decreased in order to bring the plate current back to its initial value?

Grade:11

1 Answers

Navjyot Kalra
askIITians Faculty 654 Points
7 years ago
Sol. r base p = (δV base p/ δl base p) at constant V base g Consider the two points on V base g = -6 line r base p = (240 - 160)V/(13 - 3) * 10^-3 A = 80/10 *10^3 Ω = 8KΩ g base m = (δl base p/ δV base g)v base p = constant considering the point on 200 V line, g base m = (13 - 3) * 10^-3/[(-4) + (-8)] A = 10 * 10^-3/4 = 2.5 milli mho μ = r base p * gm = 8 * 10^3 Ω * 2.5 * 10^-3 Ω^-1 = 8 * 1.5 = 20

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