How does a transistor act as a oscillator amplifier and switch?

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The red line goes down and the blue line just goes all the way up. Cool right?
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When does a transistor act as a switch?

When we use a transistor as a switch, we will be operating it in either an "all on" or an "all off" mode. Depending on the transistor, we'll just apply some "maximum" base vol

What is the difference between a transistor used as a switch and an amplifier?

A transistor used as a switch is operated in saturated mode, where the ratio of base-emitter current over collector-emitter current is far more than hFe, or beta gain. The t

How does a transistor act as a oscillator?

A: actually any active components will oscillate with positive feedback A transistor can be used as an amplifier along with an LC tank circuit to form an oscillator; it is an

How can transistors act as amplifiers?

the magical computer fairies wave there magic wands and make electricity appear sometimes they live in transistors as this is where theyare happiest and that happiness is turn
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Why transistor act as amplifier?

Amplification is the process of linearly increasing the amplitude of an electrical signal. - A transistor can act as an amplifier directly using the gain, b. - Keep in mind th
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How a transistor work as an amplifier and as a switch?

"Transistor" name itself revels it transfers resistance from its input to its output (Transfer of resistance). Input resistance varies when input voltage varies, similarly out
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How transistor acts as a light switch?

All transistors are reactive to light. If you cut the top off of a regular PNP or NPN transistor and expose it to a sufficient amount of light, a current will conduct through
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Why transistor acts as an amplifier?

In a transistor, a small current in the base-emitter circuit stimulates a significantly larger current in the collector-emitter circuit by breaking down the barrier in interna
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Why a transistor acts as a switch?

Only because the circuit that its embeded in is designed that way. Remember, a transistor is basicly an amplifier ... only if you design everything to go to the extreams will