[[Image(Image_bjt.png, 400px)]]

By completing the BJT Lab in [[Resource(5065)]], you will be able to:

a) understand BJT (Bipolar Junction Transistor) operation (npn and pnp type) in Common Emitter and Common Base modes,

b) understand the concept of early voltage, base width modulation and Gummel Plot, and

c) design and study your own BJT structures.

The specific objectives of the BJT Lab are:

[[Image(bjt_scheme.png, 400px)]]

== Recommended Reading ==

If you have not had experience with the BJT operation , here is a list of resources that will help you have the required knowledge to get the most of these issues resolved:

1. Robert F. Pierret, Semiconductor Device Fundamentals (Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 2000). (Chapters 10-11)

== Demo ==


== Theoretical descriptions ==

* [[Resource(7224)]] (tutorial)

* [[Resource(8621)]]

* [[Resource(8624)]]

* [[Resource(8627)]]

* [[Resource(8582)]]

* [[Resource(5832)]] (Graduate level)

* [[Resource(5834)]] (Graduate level)

* [[Resource(5836)]] (Graduate level)

* [[Resource(5083)]]

== Tool Verification ==

* [[Resource(9579)]]

== Worked Examples ==

1. Soon to be released.

== Exercises and Homework Assignments ==

1. [[Resource(5051)]]

2. [[Resource(5199)]]

3. [[Resource(4185)]]

== Solutions to Exercises ==

Solutions to exercises will be provided to Instructors ONLY!

== Take a Test ==


== Solve the Challenge ==