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## What is gain-bandwidth product of BJT?

Understanding Op Amp Parameters The gain bandwidth product, GBW, is defined as the product of the open loop voltage gain and the frequency at which it is measured. GBW is expressed in units of hertz.

**What is gain-bandwidth product of transistor?**

The gain–bandwidth product (designated as GBWP, GBW, GBP, or GB) for an amplifier is the product of the amplifier’s bandwidth and the gain at which the bandwidth is measured.

**What is gain-bandwidth product formula?**

You can calculate the gain-bandwidth product by the formula: Gain-bandwidth Product= Gain x Frequency. Beyond the half-power point frequency, the gain falls at a rate such that the product of the gain and the frequency is constant. This constant is the gain-bandwidth product.

### What is bandwidth in BJT?

Bandwidth is the range of frequencies that a circuit operates at in between its upper and lower cut-off frequency points. These cut-off or corner frequency points indicate the frequencies at which the power associated with the output falls to half its maximum value.

**What is gain-bandwidth product of 741?**

1 MHz

For the 741 op-amp, fc is given as 1 MHz, and the open-loop gain at this frequency is simply one. Gf is defined as the gain- bandwidth product, and for all frequencies this product must be a constant equal to fc.

**Why gain-bandwidth product is constant?**

The Bandwidth at the same time increases by the same amount, resulting in the gain-bandwidth product which is constant. The negative feedback in amplifiers cause: Reduced the gain and increases the stability in gain. Increases the bandwidth to maintain constant gain-bandwidth product.

## How can you increase the gain bandwidth of CE amplifier?

This is usually accomplished by inserting a coupling capacitor between two stages. Frequency response of Common Emitter Amplifier: Emitter bypass capacitors are used to short circuit the emitter resistor and thus increases the gain at high frequency.

**What is gain bandwidth and slew rate?**

Slew Rate is the maximum rate at which the op amp can respond to a large change in input signal. Bandwidth is the maximum rate at which it can respond to small change in signal. Both work together to determine the total settling time of a step response.

**Why is gain-bandwidth product constant?**

The faster the voltage changes, the less time there is for the capacitor to charge and discharge. That is why the GBW is constant for an Op Amp between the -3dB bandwidth limit and about the point where the gain is unity.

### What is the unity gain bandwidth of BJT transistor?

The unity gain bandwidth is a figure of merit of a transistor and it is called FT. It is o that the FT= low frequency gain X the -3 dB bandwidth. For BJT transistors FT= gm/ 2 pi ( cbe + cbc) with gm i the transconducrance and cbe and cbc are the parasitic emitter and collector capacitance receptively.

**How do you calculate the ft of a BJT transistor?**

For BJT transistors FT= gm/ 2 pi ( cbe + cbc) with gm i the transconducrance and cbe and cbc are the parasitic emitter and collector capacitance receptively. For FET, FT= gm/ 2pi ( cgs +cgd) while cgs and cgd is the inter electrode capacitance.

**What is the gain bandwidth product (GBW)?**

The gain bandwidth product, GBW, is defined as the product of the open loop voltage gain and the frequency at which it is measured. GBW is expressed in units of hertz. Figure 13.1 shows the open loop bandwidth graphically. The GBW is similar to the unity gain bandwidth (B1).

## What is the ft of BJT and FET?

For FET, FT= gm/ 2pi ( cgs +cgd) while cgs and cgd is the inter electrode capacitance. IT is so that the capacitance has the same order of magnitude while gm of the BJT is much higher than gm of the FET. This us because gm of the BJT i proportional to the collector current while gm of the FET is proportional to the root of the collector current.