It is the Vbe voltage when sufficient Ibe current is being applied to fully saturate the BJT (typically for an Ibe equal to 1/10th the Ice).I am trying to understand what VBE sat really is?
Vbe Sat is when the transistor is saturated.Also i have seen the term VBE SAT and VBE ON
It is the Vbe voltage when sufficient Ibe current is being applied to fully saturate the BJT (typically for an Ibe equal to 1/10th the Ice).
Vbe Sat is when the transistor is saturated.
Vbe ON can be for any operating state of the transistor (such as being in the linear region).
I think, the opposite is true: Ic is a function of Vbe: Shockleys famous equation: Ic=Is[exp(Vbe/Vt)-1]Because the value of Ic can have a small effect of Vbe.
I rather think (and I am convinced) that Shockleys equation does NOT apply in saturation mode.That's ture.
But in saturation, Vbe can slightly increase with Ic due to the intrinsic base-emitter resistance.
Why do you go from thread to thread posting a link to a book. Instead of helping people, you up your post count by posting the same thing in every thread you visit. This is contrary to the purpose of this forum. It is ridiculous that the administration of this forum allow you to continue.Title: Understanding Basic Electronics, 1st Ed.
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