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Unformatted text preview: Introduction BJT Structure Transistor Action NPN Models PNP Transistor Action PNP Models BJT Transistor BJT Operation and I/V Characteristics Dr. Alaa El-Din Hussein April 5, 2008 Dr. Alaa El-Din Hussein — BJT Transistor 1/20 Introduction BJT Structure Transistor Action NPN Models PNP Transistor Action PNP Models Outline 1 Introduction 2 BJT Structure 3 Transistor Action 4 NPN Models 5 PNP Transistor Action 6 PNP Models Dr. Alaa El-Din Hussein — BJT Transistor 2/20 Introduction BJT Structure Transistor Action NPN Models PNP Transistor Action PNP Models Outline 1 Introduction 2 BJT Structure 3 Transistor Action 4 NPN Models 5 PNP Transistor Action 6 PNP Models Dr. Alaa El-Din Hussein — BJT Transistor 3/20 Introduction BJT Structure Transistor Action NPN Models PNP Transistor Action PNP Models What is a Transistor? Webster’s Dictionary: Transistor is a solid-state electronic device that is used to control the flow of electricity in electronic equipment and consists of a small block of a semiconductor (as germanium) with at least three electrodes Three-terminal device whose voltage-current relationship is controlled by a third voltage or current We may regard a transistor as a controlled voltage or current source TRANSISTOR is an abbreviation to TRANSfer resISTOR Dr. Alaa El-Din Hussein — BJT Transistor 4/20 Introduction BJT Structure Transistor Action NPN Models PNP Transistor Action PNP Models What is a Transistor? Webster’s Dictionary: Transistor is a solid-state electronic device that is used to control the flow of electricity in electronic equipment and consists of a small block of a semiconductor (as germanium) with at least three electrodes Three-terminal device whose voltage-current relationship is controlled by a third voltage or current We may regard a transistor as a controlled voltage or current source TRANSISTOR is an abbreviation to TRANSfer resISTOR Dr. Alaa El-Din Hussein — BJT Transistor 4/20 Introduction BJT Structure Transistor Action NPN Models PNP Transistor Action PNP Models What is a Transistor? Webster’s Dictionary: Transistor is a solid-state electronic device that is used to control the flow of electricity in electronic equipment and consists of a small block of a semiconductor (as germanium) with at least three electrodes Three-terminal device whose voltage-current relationship is controlled by a third voltage or current We may regard a transistor as a controlled voltage or current source TRANSISTOR is an abbreviation to TRANSfer resISTOR Dr. Alaa El-Din Hussein — BJT Transistor 4/20 Introduction BJT Structure Transistor Action NPN Models PNP Transistor Action PNP Models What is a Transistor? Webster’s Dictionary: Transistor is a solid-state electronic device that is used to control the flow of electricity in electronic equipment and consists of a small block of a semiconductor (as germanium) with at least three electrodes Three-terminal device whose voltage-current relationship is controlled by a third voltage or current...
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