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[Moved]:Is it possible to "see" Early effect and miller effects in simulation or osci

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[Moved]:Is it possible to "see" Early effect and miller effects in simulation or osci

Can the "early effect" and "millier effect" in BJT transistors be observed in simulation or oscilloscope?
 

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Re: [Moved]:Is it possible to "see" Early effect and miller effects in simulation or

Early effect both in simulation and oscilloscope, s. the following image:
Early_voltage.jpg

For BJTs, instead of Id vs. Vds plot Ic vs. Vce, with Vbe as parameter. Va is the Early voltage.

Miller effect depends on circuit design, feedBack and signal amplitude, so I think an analysis method (simulation) is more suitable.
 
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