A Bipolar Junction Transistor, or BJT, is a type of transistor in which the current flow between the collector and the emitter is controlled by the amount of current that flows through the base. It is a type of transistor that uses both electron and hole charge carriers.
Upon completion of the presentation you will be able to understand:
- Transistor Construction
- Position of the terminals and symbol of BJT
- Transistor currents
- Transistor Operation
- Common-Base Configuration
- Transistor as an amplifier
- Common-Emitter Configuration
- Input/output characteristics for a common-emitter NPN transistor
- Common – Collector Configuration
- Relationship analysis between αα and ββ
- Limits of Operation etc.