Last Answer : It is an operating point of transistor.which gives the information of transistor In which region is working
Last Answer : Q pointit is nothing but operating point of transistor which can gives the information about the transistor working in active cutoff or saturation region to the Faithful amplification we have to ... of proper collector emitter voltage during the passage of signal is known as transistor biasing
Description : Which of the following actions can be carried out in order to prevent thermal runaway in a transistor? A. Increase the current through the collector-base junction. B. Install a heat sink. ... point to increase collector current. D. Increase the potential difference between the emitter and the base.
Last Answer : Answer: B
Last Answer : it is the kircjohoffs Voltage law it can be defined as stated that the summation of applied voltage in loop which follows Ohm's law is equal to the voltage drop in the circuit
Last Answer : as we knowthat capacitor only allow AC current Rs components grounded that components which are coming in the DC form we have to use capacitor capacitor only pass the AC components which have to be amplifier
Last Answer : the RC coupled amplifier are using the following applications first in public address amplifier system tape recorders TV VCR and CD players stereo amplifier and these are the voltage amplification amplifiers
Last Answer : the main components of the circuit are as follows register capacitor an inductor and the supply voltage our current source.
Description : Key point for its proper functioning of base region in a transistor depends upon the thickness of the base Why ?
Last Answer : Base region in a transistor controls the current. The majority charge carriers supplied by the emitter do not combine in the same region due to its thin size and light doping and most of them pass on to the collector. This is the key point for its proper functioning.
Description : If the operating point of an NPN transistor amplifier is selected in saturation region, it is likely to result in A) Thermal runaway of transistor B) Clipping of output in the positive half of the ... for high dc collector supply D) Clipping of output in the negative half of the input signal
Last Answer : B) Clipping of output in the positive half of the input signal
Description : Foldback current limiting has the advantage of A) Better pass transistor protection for long term overloads B) A defined turn on point C) Circuit simplicity D) All of the above.
Last Answer : A) Better pass transistor protection for long term overloads
Description : In which direction does the arrow point on an NPN transistor?
Last Answer : Outward.