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Development of Software-Hardware System for Static and Pulsed Measurements and Analysis of Static and Capacitance Characteristics of Bipolar Transistors

Student: Andrei Leibin

Supervisor: Lev M. Sambursky

Faculty: HSE Tikhonov Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics (MIEM HSE)

Educational Programme: Infocommunication Technologies and Systems (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 7

Year of Graduation: 2017

The goal of the work is to create a hardware-software measuring complex for obtaining static, impulse and capacitive characteristics of bipolar transistors. The first chapter contains an analytical review of existing hardware and software systems for measuring the volt-ampere and volt-fad characteristics of bipolar transistors. Information is provided on the properties, characteristics and circuits of bipolar transistor inclusions used in the performance of the work. In the second chapter the general structure, hardware and software of the complex are considered. A detailed review of its features and advantages is given. The third chapter contains the results of approbation of the complex using the example of a discrete bipolar transistor KT801B. The result of the work is a successfully functioning hardware-software complex of measuring instruments operating under control of a computer with a software package based on LabView programs.

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