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James Burkart wrote:

> I am working on a lab for a class and we are given a simple self-biased
> N-channel JFET circuit: Rd = 4.7k, Rs = 1k, Rg = 2M, Q1 = 2N4860, Vdd =
> +15V.
>
> Then we are given the scenario: Vds = 66.5mV, Vd = 15V, Vs = 14.9V.
>
> Assuming only one component can be bad, what is the likely problem?
> What do you get if Rd goes open circuit and you measure the voltages with an AVO8? :-)

George Smith
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