## Transistor Dc Load Line Analysis | Dc Load Line and Operating Point

Comparison of Transistor Connections The comparison of various characteristics of the three connections is given below in the tabularform. The following points are worth noting about transistor arrangements : Common Base Circuit The input resistance (ri) of CB circuit is low because IE is high. The output resistance (ro ) is high because of reverse … Read more

## Cut off and Saturation Points | Power Rating of Transistor

What is Cut off and Saturation Points Fig. 8.49 (i) shows CE transistor circuit while Fig. 8.49 (ii) shows the output characteristcs along with the d.c. load line. (i) Cut off The point where the load line intersects the IB = 0 curve is known as cut off. At this point, IB = 0 and … Read more

## Transistor Testing | Transistor Lead Identification

Transistor Testing An ohmmeter can be used for the transistor testing i.e., whether the transistor is good or not. We know that base-emitter junction of a transistor is forward biased while collector-base junction is reverse biased. Therefore, forward biased base-emitter junction should have low resistance and reverse biased collector-base junction should register a much higher … Read more

## Transistor Biasing | Faithful Amplification

Introduction Of Transistor Biasing The basic function of transistor is to do amplification. The weak signal is given to the base of thetransistor and amplified output is obtained in the collector circuit. One important requirement during amplification is that only the magnitude of the signal should increase and there should be no change in signal … Read more

## Base Resistor Biasing | Introduction & Methods of Transistor Biasing

Introduction Of Transistor Biasing The basic function of transistor is to do amplification. The weak signal is given to the base of thetransistor and amplified output is obtained in the collector circuit. One important requirement during amplification is that only the magnitude of the signal should increase and there should be no change in signal … Read more

## What is Emitter Bias | Emitter Biasing Circuits | Examples Of Emitter Bias

What is Emitter Bias Circuit Emitter bias is a very good and stable way to bias transistors if both positive and negative power supplies are available. Emitter bias fluctuates very little with temperature variation and transistor replacement. Fig. 9.15 shows the emitter bias circuit. This circuit differs from base-bias circuit in two important respects. First, … Read more

## Voltage Divider Bias Method | Examples of voltage divider Biasing

What Is Voltage Divider Bias Method Voltage Divider Bias is the most widely used method of providing biasing and stabilization to a transistor. In this method, two resistances R1 and R2 are connected across the supply voltage VCC (See Fig. 9.24) and provide biasing. The emitter resistance RE provides stabilization. The name ‘‘voltage divider’’ comes … Read more

## MidPoint Biasing | Miscellaneous Bias Circuits

What is Midpoint Biasing? MidPoint Biasing : When an amplifier circuit is so designed that operating point Q lies at the centre of d.c. load line, the amplifier is said to be midpoint biased. When the amplifier is mid-point biased, the Q-point provides values of IC and VCE that are one-half of their maximum possible … Read more

## What is Single Stage Transistor Amplifier | Phase Reversal

Introduction of Single Stage Transistor Amplifier it was discussed that a properly biased transistor raises the strength of a weak signal and thus acts as an amplifier. Almost all electronic equipment must include means for amplifying electrical signals. For instance, radio receivers amplify very weak signals—sometimes a few millionths of a volt at antenna–until they … Read more

## What is Load Line Analysis | Voltage Gain

What Is Load Line? The output characteristics are determined experimentally and indicate the relation between VCE and IC. However, the same information can be obtained in a much simpler way by representing the mathematical relation between IC and VCE graphically. As discussed before, the relationship between VCE and IC is linear so that it can … Read more