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So I've got a circuit exam tomorrow,...
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So I've got a circuit exam tomorrow, and the only kind of exercises I'm having trouble solving are RL or RC circuits with an impulse source.

Pic is an example, where Rb=10kohms, r_pi=1kohms,g_m=0.1S, Rs=Re=Rl=1kOhms and Vs=δ(t). I need to fine the Vc(t) function of the voltage across the capacitor without using the laplace domain, and I'm drawing a blank
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Wsr already redirected me here, so I really need this
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>>7809412
Why would any label have to be Pi
Also what is S?
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>>7809412
And the arrow box is a current source right?
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>>7809523

Yeah

>>7809522
S is Siemens
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>>7809522
usually represents the base-emitter resistance in the hybrid pi model of a transistor
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>>7809548
Ok I will have a look at it

>>7809416
Threads like these are way better than the prove that 1 is a number, prove that you exist, define zero haha pro tip you can't and the my iq is higher than yours threads
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Using Nodal Analysis would probably help
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>>7809522
It's a transistor model. Usually the resistance between emitter and base is labeled R_pi
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>>7809568
Threads like these are homework threads. Boring as fuck, because shit like this is just solving matrices. I don't understand why you would even think this is a good type of thread.
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>>7809412
What is the frequency of Vs and capacitance of C?