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Working with NE3210S01 Transistor

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Hi,

I'm trying to design an unity gain amp using the transistor NE3210S01. I've downloaded the transistor model for Ansoft Designer.

I noticed that we have 3 models to choose.
1. 0V Vds, -2.5V Vgs
2. 0V Vds, 0V Vgs
3. 2V Vds, 10V Vgs

I'm using the model 3 (2V Vds, 10V Vgs) for my simulations. However, I'm just wondering how it actually works. Would my simulation be correct if I'm not biasing Vds to 2V and Vgs to 10V? For example, if I'm only biasing the transistor with 0V Vgs, and 0.4V Vds, will my simulator results be correct?

Thank you.
 

Hi,

I'm trying to design an unity gain amp using the transistor NE3210S01. I've downloaded the transistor model for Ansoft Designer.

I noticed that we have 3 models to choose.
1. 0V Vds, -2.5V Vgs
2. 0V Vds, 0V Vgs
3. 2V Vds, 10V Vgs

I'm using the model 3 (2V Vds, 10V Vgs) for my simulations. However, I'm just wondering how it actually works. Would my simulation be correct if I'm not biasing Vds to 2V and Vgs to 10V? For example, if I'm only biasing the transistor with 0V Vgs, and 0.4V Vds, will my simulator results be correct?

Thank you.

You will most likely destroy the device with 10Vgs!!! must be a print error
 

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