Generalised transfer function of injection-type transistor

Generalised transfer function of injection-type transistor

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The transfer function of an injection-type transistor is derived for arbitrary driving conditions as well as signal level. The derivation is based on the generalised charge-control approach to nonparametric devices advanced previously by the author.


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