Could you re-word your question? I don't understand what "result" you are looking for.
In a common emitter amplifier, the base-emitter current causes a corresponding collector-emitter current, in the ratio of hFe (beta gain) or collector resistance over emitter resistance, which ever is less. Since this ratio is usually greater than one, the differential collector current is greater than the differential base current. This results in amplification of the base signal. As you increase the base-emitter current, the collector-emitter current also increases. This results in the collector being pulled towards the emitter, with the result that the differential collector voltage decreases. This results in inversion of the base signal.
Self-Bias A better method of biasing is obtained by inserting the bias resistor directly between the base and collector. By connecting the collector to the base in this manner, feedback voltage can be fed from the collector to the base to develop forward bias. This arrangement is called SELF-BIAS. Now, if an increase of temperature causes an increase in collector current, the collector voltage (VC) will fall because of the increase of voltage produced across the load resistor (RL). This drop in VC will be fed back to the base and will result in a decrease in the base current.
The current main Irish government departments are: # Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food # Department of Arts, Sport and Tourism # Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources # Department of Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs # Department of Defence # Department of Education and Science # Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment # Department of Environment, Heritage and Local Government # Department of Finance # Department of Foreign Affairs # Department of Health and Children # Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reform # Department of Social and Family Affairs # Department of Transport # Department of the Taoiseach Changes in governments often result in changes in departments or renaming of them. Each department is looked after by one senior minister. Within each of these departments there are also some smaller departments, which are looked after what are known as "Junior Ministers" or "Ministers of State". The last of the above list, "Department of the Taoiseach" is the department for the head of an Irish government, known officially as the Taoiseach. The Irish government's website is below:
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