Mathematical analysis of physical stability in the design of bipolar amplifiers through a computer tool
Artículo de revista
Journal of Physics: Conference Series
This article presents a computer tool that allows to carry out a mathematical analysis of the physical stability of the bipolar transistor in the design of amplifiers. The tool allows to introduce the values of voltage gain, output impedance and input impedance, current gain of transistors and power supplies, to give as a result the values of the resistances. It also allows modifying the transistor operating point and graphing in real time the behavior of the load line and the output signal of the amplifier. Different designs were made with the tool and the results obtained were compared with academic software approved by the scientific community. The errors in all variables evaluated were less than 1.5%. The results are important for semiconductor physics, taking into account that they reaffirmed the directly proportional relationship between the stability of the transistor in its amplification state and the power required to operate. Finally, we conclude that the computer tool allows us to design amplifiers with bipolar transistors with precision and, depending on the need or application of the amplifier, the operating point Q is located in the load line to obtain an output signal without distortion and with the least power dissipation.