When operated in cutoff and saturation the transistor acts like a B Switch When

When operated in cutoff and saturation the transistor

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12.) When operated in cutoff and saturation, the transistor acts like a?
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B.) Switch When BJT is used as a switch it operates alternately in cutoff and saturation. [Pg.193] 14.) In saturation, V CE is C.) Minimum Vce decreases as a result of ore drops across the collector resistor. [Pg.184] 16.) Once in saturation, a future increase in base current will? B.) Not affect the collector current The base-collector junction becomes forward-biased and Ic can no longer increase with an increase in I B. [Pg.184] 18.) The relationship between the collector current and a light-generated base current? A 20.) In a transistor amplifiers, if the base-emitter junction is open, the collector voltage is? PROBLEMS 26.) A 50Mv signal is applied to the base of a properly biased transistor with re=10ΩandRc=560Ω. Determine the signal voltage at the collector. 29.) Determine Ic(sat)for the transistor in figure 4-58. What is the voltage of IBnecessary to produce saturation? What minimum value of V¿is necessary for saturation? Assume
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