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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

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the transistor is called as transistor because there is transfer of resistance from input to output .transfer resistance so it is transistor.


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.


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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.



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