Level 1 – How to solve basic diode and transistor circuits (Beta 0v7)

**Level 1 –How to solve basic diode and transistor circuits** (Link to Level 1 circuit sim download)

PAK101 – Welcome. The Lambert W-function analytical approach

PAK102 – W-function analytical solution for the D+R

PAK103 – Basic BJT analytical solution using the D+R solution

PAK104 – Banwell's CE solution with shunt feedback

PAK105 – Banwell's CE solution with shunt feedback *and emitter degeneration*

PAK106 – General solution for y·e^{^y}=e^{^x} and y+Ln(y)=x

PAK107 – General solution for y·e^{^y^2}=e^{^x} and
y^{^2}+Ln(y)=x

PAK108 – General solution for y^{^2}·e^{^y}=e^{^x} and
y** **+2·Ln(y)=x

PAK109 – General solution for (1/y)e^{^y}=e^{^x} and y–Ln(y)=x

PAK110 – General solution for (1/y^{^2})e^{^y}=e^{^x} and y–Ln(2y)=x

PAK111 – General solution for y+e^{^y}=e^{^x} and e^{^y}·e^{^e^y}=e^{^e^x} and (x–y)+Ln(x–y)=x

PAK112 – General solution for (1/y)·Ln(y)=
x

PAK113 – General solution for (ay^{^2}+by+c)·e^{^y}^{(1+dy)}=e^{^x} and y(1+dy)+Ln(ay^{^2}+by+c)=x

PAK114 – Derivatives dW(e^{^x})/dx and d^{^2}W(e^{^x})/dx^{^2}

PAK115 – Indefinite integrals ∫W(x)dx and ∫W(e^{^x})dx **<-NEW**

Level 2– How to solve multi-diode circuits (Beta 0v7)

**NEW**** PAK204 Common Emitter Push-Pull wingspread plots using a spreadsheet. **Download

This PDF explains the new W-equation method as used in the wingspread spreadsheet above, and how to run the spreadsheet (ver 0v2)

Interim PAK209 Early effect equations (0v5b)

**NEW**

Appendix for PAK213 - TriJmos = Triode-and jFET model using the VDMOS (0v6)

**Level 2 – How to solve multi-diode circuits **(Link
to Level
2 circuit sim download)

PAK201 – Multi-diode solution for 2D+R

PAK202 – Multi-diode solution for R+[(D+D+R)//(D+R))]

PAK203 – Multi-diode solution for D+(R//(D+R))

PAK204 – Multi-diode solution for (V+D+R)//(-V+D+R) for Vin (Basic PP CE)

PAK205 – Multi-diode solution for (Vb+D)//(-Vb+D)//R for Iin drive and Vin

PAK206 – Multi-diode solution for (Vb+D+R)//(-Vb+D+R)//R for Iin and Vin <-NEW

PAK207 – BJT modelling for Vce saturation

PAK208 – BJT modelling for Beta-fall

PAK209 – BJT modelling for Early effect

PAK210 – BJT modelling for thermal effects

PAK211 – BJT modelling for electro-thermal feedback

PAK212 – MOSFET modelling

PAK213 – Triode Tube modelling

PAK214 – Basic Darlington pair

PAK215 – Basic Complementary Pair (CFP)

PAK216 – Basic Voltage Feedback Pair

PAK217 – Differential pair (BJT LTP)

PAK218 – Basic BJT current mirror & current source

PAK219 – Vbe multiplier

PAK220 – Basic Cascode pair

PAK221 – Rush Pair or Composite Pair

Level 3 – How to solve multi-diode transistor circuits (Beta 0v4a)

Level 3 – CFA analysis as a CFP (Beta 0v4)

**Level 3 – How to solve multi-diode transistor circuits** (Link to Level 3 circuit download)

PAK301 – Basic push-pull <-NEW

PAK302 – Darlington push-pull

PAK303 – CFP push-pull

PAK304 – Current Feedback Amplifier <-NEW

PAK305 – Spare

PAK306 – Faran-AB = Idriven Double Displacement Class-AB+C

PAK307 – DoubleCross™ Double Displacement Class-AB+C Vdriven

NEW **PAK307 DoubleCrossTM CE wingspread** plots using a spreadsheet
Download

This new idea allows near-zero distortion in the Class-A band of Class-AB up to 3W with certain bias levels. Thermal bias stability is better than standard Class-AB due to near isothermal operation due to a relatively high idle current (~250mA per 2 pair BJT's). Design details and measured distortion is given in Bob Cordell's book 'Designing Audio Power Amplifiers' 2nd Ed. Section 13.8.

NEW LTspice simulation of the basic ** DoubleCrossTM **CE output stage can be downloaded Level
3 circuit download. It includes the W-solution equations, same as used in the spreadsheet above.

** Level 4 – Solve complete amplifier circuits**

PAK401 – Master's level – Wilson Mirrors

PAK402 – Basic Lin “3 stage” topology – general DC solution

PAK403 – Basic Lin topology DC solution as a generalised subcircuit

PAK404 – Lin topology with Beta-fall, Early effect & saturation– DC general solution

PAK405 – Lin topology as a generalised subcircuit (Beta-fall, Early, saturation)

PAK406 – Advantages and disadvantages of current driven output stages

PAK407 – Cube-law amplifier topology – general DC solution

PAK408 – Cube-law amplifier topology as a generalised subcircuit

PAK409 – Current Source Driven topology – general DC solution

PAK410 – Current Source Driven topology as a generalised subcircuit

PAK411 – Faran-AB current driven topology DC solution

PAK412 – Faran-AB current driven topology as a generalised subcircuit

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** Level 5 – Doctorate?** –New FFT Analytic Harmonic Analysis, Transient analysis and AC analysis for general Lambert W DC/LF solutions and use in SPICE simulators, automated
general Lambert W circuit solution, and transitional Lambert W exact solutions:

PAK501 – New FFT Analytic Harmonic Analysis (AHA) of transistor and tube circuits using the derivatives of general Lambert W DC/LF solutions.

PAK502 – Use of DDE's for amplifier stability analysis (ref Ulsoy). Can jωC and jωL terms be added to DC large signal solutions for steady-state AC analysis?

PAK503 – Add SPICE AC analysis to general DC solutions of transistor and tube circuits.

PAK503 – Software for analytic manipulation of transistor and tube circuit DC solutions.

PAK504 – Exact transitional Lambert W-function solutions for 2nd, 3rd and 4th order polynomials of the form (y^2+by+c) e^y(1+dy) = e^x for multi-transistor circuit solutions.

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** PAK600 – References**, supplementary material

PAK601 – References for PAK course

PAK602 – Spare

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Ian Hegglun