30 TOP Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJTs) Questions and Answers pdf Bipolar Junction Transistors (B

30 TOP Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJTs) Questions and Answers pdf Bipolar Junction Transistors (B

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6/2/2017 30 TOP Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJTs) Questions and Answers pdf Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJTs) Questions and Answers 1/7 Home » Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJTs) Questions and Answers » 30 TOP Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJTs) Questions and Answers pdf 30 TOP Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJTs) Questions and Answers pdf Posted on March 18, 2017 by engineer 1 Comment Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJTs) Questions and Answers pdf :­ 1. Why an ordinary junction transistor is called bipolar? Because the transistor operation is carried out by two types of charge carriers (majority and minority carriers), an ordinary transistor is called bipolar. 2. Why transistor is called current controlled device? Cus Search powered by Engineering Interview Questions.com Engineering interview questions,multiple choice questions,objective type questions,seminor topics,lab viva questions and answers ,online quiz test pdf free download for freshers. HOME interview Questions MCQs *LAB VIVA CLASS NOTES SEMINAR TOPICS ONLINE TEST GATE IIT JEE CAT Free Download Convert documents to or from pdf's with FileConvertor. Free to use forever! fileconvertor.org Download Now Zip or Unzip Any File with Unzipper. unzipper.com Start Download ­ View PDF Convert From Doc to PDF, PDF to Doc Simply With The Free Online App! download.fromdoctopdf.com Start Download Convert Any File to PDF Fast & Easy with EasyPDFCombine Free App! easypdfcombine.com Datasheet PDF Interview Questions PDF Ads by Google
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6/2/2017 30 TOP Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJTs) Questions and Answers pdf Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJTs) Questions and Answers 2/7 The output voltage, current or power is controlled by the input current in a transistor. So it is called the current controlled device. 3. Define what is the significance of the arrow­head in the transistor symbol? Arrow head is always marked on the emitter. The direction indicated the conventional direction of current flow( from emitter­to­base in case of p­n­p transistor and from base­to­ emitter in case of n­p­n transistor). Generally no arrow head is marked for collector since its reverse leakage current is always opposite to the direction of emitter current.
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