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# An alternative approach to providing the voltage drop ISBN: 9780195323030 147

## Solution for problem 12.39 Chapter 12

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Problem 12.39

An alternative approach to providing the voltage drop needed to bias the output transistors is the VBE multiplier circuit shown in Fig. P12.39. Design the circuit to provide a terminal voltage of 1.118 V (the same as in the 741 circuit). Base your design on half the current flowing through R1, and assume that IS = 1014 A and = 200. What is the incremental resistance between the two terminals of the VBE multiplier circuit?

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