A rest transistor is either a pMOS or nMOS high VT transistor and is utilized as a change to close off force supplies to parts of a configuration in standby mode. The pMOS rest transistor is utilized to switch VDD supply and henceforth is known as a "header switch."
the transistor is called as transistor because there is transfer of resistance from input to output .transfer resistance so it is transistor.
A silicon transistor is a transistor made of silicon.
Power transistor can conduct large amount of currents through it, more than small signal transistor. power transistor has a vertical structure and small signal transistor has horizontal structure.In power transistor quasi saturation region is present which is absent in the small signal transistor. In power transistor there is a inculsion of drift layer which is not there in the small signal transistor. Power dissipation is less in power transistor and it is more in small signal transistor. b.v.polytechnic,vasai pushkar vaity.
The active region of a transistor is when the transistor has sufficient base current to turn the transistor on and for a larger current to flow from emitter to collector. This is the region where the transistor is on and fully operating.
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A Unijunction Transistor is a transistor that acts solely as a switch.
Similar to a 2N3906 PNP transistor
A Darlington pair uses two transistors connected to behave as a single transistor with a very high current gain (beta). Transistor-1 has its collector connected to the collector of transistor-2. Transistor-1 has its emitter connected to the base of transistor-2. The base of transistor-1 with the emitter and collector of transistor-2 is used as a single transistor.
The BJT is the bipolar junction transistor, the PCT is the point contact transistor, the UJT is the uni-junction transistor, the SBT is the surface barrier transistor, the FET is the field effect transistor, the GJT is the grown-junction transistor, the AJT is the alloy-junction transistor, and the DFT is the drift field-junction transistor.
I believe that is resistor transistor technology TTL transistor transistor logic
It depends on the transistor, you just have to look at the data sheet for the transistor.
The fullform of transistor is transfer resistor.
the best way is to compeair the data sheet of that transistor to the readings of that transistor. . . . .and u can get the readings of that transistor by using a fungction genrator and a c.r.o
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An AS162 transistor is a type of PNP transistor commonly made of germanium. This is an older kind of transistor that was often found in power amplification circuits.
transistor. This word is a blended form of transfer of resistor. The legs of transistor (collector, emitter,base) transfer the resistance. So it is called as transistor
There are transistor testers. The down side is that the transistor has to be removed from the circuit to be tested.
Transistor=Transfer+Resistor. When Transistor operates in active region its input resistance is high and output resistance is low. So,We can consider transistor as a device which transfers its resistance from high to low. And by this property transistor amplifies input signal.
Emitter biasing is when you add a resistor between the emitter of a transistor and the 0v rail so that any voltage developed across the emitter will subtract from the voltage on the base and effectively turn the transistor OFF. We are talking about an NPN transistor and the transistor is an "ordinary transistor" or BJT (bi-polar Junction Transistor). For more information on transistor biasing see: Talking Electronics website.
no is not !
It is the middle portion of the transistor