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For a BJT, CE-mode, Base to emitter capacitance (Cπ) is 10 times the collector to base capacitance (Cµ). If transistor is biased at quiescent collector current ICQ = 1 mA, and its short circuit unity gain frequency is 0.909 M rad/sec, then the value of Cπ is _______ nF.
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    This discussion on Numerical Anser type questionQ.For a BJT, CE-mode, Base to emitter capacitance (C) is 10 times the collector to base capacitance (C). If transistor is biased at quiescent collector current ICQ = 1 mA, and its short circuit unity gain frequency is 0.909 M rad/sec, then the value of C is _______ nF.Correct answer is '44'. Can you explain this answer? is done on EduRev Study Group by Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) Students. The Questions and Answers of Numerical Anser type questionQ.For a BJT, CE-mode, Base to emitter capacitance (C) is 10 times the collector to base capacitance (C). If transistor is biased at quiescent collector current ICQ = 1 mA, and its short circuit unity gain frequency is 0.909 M rad/sec, then the value of C is _______ nF.Correct answer is '44'. Can you explain this answer? are solved by group of students and teacher of Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE), which is also the largest student community of Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE). If the answer is not available please wait for a while and a community member will probably answer this soon. You can study other questions, MCQs, videos and tests for Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) on EduRev and even discuss your questions like Numerical Anser type questionQ.For a BJT, CE-mode, Base to emitter capacitance (C) is 10 times the collector to base capacitance (C). If transistor is biased at quiescent collector current ICQ = 1 mA, and its short circuit unity gain frequency is 0.909 M rad/sec, then the value of C is _______ nF.Correct answer is '44'. Can you explain this answer? over here on EduRev! Apart from being the largest Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) community, EduRev has the largest solved Question bank for Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE).