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What is a transistor?

A transistor is an electronic component known as a semiconductor.The first practical transistor was invented in 1947 and became analternative to vacuum tubes (valves) and rela (MORE)
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What are transistors?

Answer Transistors are semiconductor devices which can be used as switches (to turn on and off an electrical signal or current path) and also as a signal amplifier in a circ (MORE)
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What is transistorized?

A device such as a radio can be said to be transistorized when earlier designs are replaced by designs in which transistors replace vacuum tubes.
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Why transistor is called transistor of resistor?

What?. In May 28, 1946, a survey conducted by Bell Labs offered “a discussion of some proposed names”. Among them was "transconductance/transfer varistor".. So th (MORE)
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What is does a transistor do?

It is basically an electronic "thing" that has three terminals. Lets say E (emitter), B (base) and C (collector). Lets say we connect C to positive of a battery and E (MORE)
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Why a transistor is called a transistor?

Because in this device the resistance between two terminalrespectively collector and emitter is changed by changing the basevoltage that is it transfers the resistance between (MORE)
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Why transistors are called transistors?

Previous answer "TRANSISTORS are current controlled voltage soruce" Nup, current-controlled current controller. Named as a contraction of TRANSference resISTOR.
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What does a transistor do?

Depending on how the transistor is biased and various othercircuits connected to it, a transistor acts as an amplifier and/orswitch. When acting as an amplifier the circuit co (MORE)
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Why the name is Transistor-transistor logic?

TTL - transistor-transistor logic uses connections between transistors to perform logic functions, rather than connections using resistors or diodes. . T - transistor input (MORE)
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What are the advantages of transistor transistor logic?

1. Speed, when compared to the previous RTL and DTL. 2. More complex circuitry, compared to RTL/DTL. 3. Smaller packages compared to RTL/DTL. 4. Depending on type, lower po (MORE)