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transistors
Emitter of an NPN transistor
Base of an NPN transistor
Collector of an NPN transistor
Emitter of a PNP transistor
Heavily Doped, N material
Lightly Doped, P material
Moderately doped, N material
Heavily Doped, P Material
Emitter of an NPN transistor
Heavily Doped, N material
Base of an NPN transistor
Lightly Doped, P material
20 terms
Transistors
Amplification
Amplifier
Transistor
A transistor is a _____ controlled dev…
The process of increasing the strength of a signal. (May be a…
A device that provides amplification without significantly al…
A semiconductor device, usually made of silicon or germanium…
Current
Amplification
The process of increasing the strength of a signal. (May be a…
Amplifier
A device that provides amplification without significantly al…
12 terms
Transistors
BJT
FET
MOSFET
G
Bipolar Junction Transistor
Field Effect Transistor
Metal Oxide Field Effect Transistor
Gate
BJT
Bipolar Junction Transistor
FET
Field Effect Transistor
5 terms
Transistors
Transistor Base
Transistor Collector
Transistor Emmiter
Ground Symbol
Accepts either a current or no current, if there is current,…
Collects current
If the base accepts electricity, this outputs electricity fro…
Transistor Base
Accepts either a current or no current, if there is current,…
Transistor Collector
Collects current
18 terms
Transistors
Amplification and Switching
larger one
CPU
signal
What are the two main purposes of a transistor
Transistors allow a small current or voltage to control a.....
Something that uses millions of transistors as switches is a...
small transistors can be classified as _____________ transist…
Amplification and Switching
What are the two main purposes of a transistor
larger one
Transistors allow a small current or voltage to control a.....
TRANSISTORS
PURPOSE OF A TRANSISTOR
TYPE OF TRANSISTORS
TRANSISTOR SCHEMATIC SYMBOLS
PURPOSE OF DC BIAS IN TRANSISTORS
IS TO CONTROL LARGE SIGNALS WITH A SMALL SIGNAL
(HIGH RESISTANCE)REVERSE BIASED, (LOW RESISTANCE)FORWARD BIASED
...
...
PURPOSE OF A TRANSISTOR
IS TO CONTROL LARGE SIGNALS WITH A SMALL SIGNAL
TYPE OF TRANSISTORS
(HIGH RESISTANCE)REVERSE BIASED, (LOW RESISTANCE)FORWARD BIASED
20 terms
Transistors
Amplification
Amplifier
Transistor
A transistor is a _____ controlled dev…
The process of increasing the strength of a signal. (May be a…
A device that provides amplification without significantly al…
A semiconductor device, usually made of silicon or germanium…
Current
Amplification
The process of increasing the strength of a signal. (May be a…
Amplifier
A device that provides amplification without significantly al…
8 terms
Transistors
Gain
By pass
You can't have an input that's going t…
What are the 3 parts of a transistor
The difference between the input and output signal
Temp. Stability
True
1. Compactor... 2.base... 3.emitter
Gain
The difference between the input and output signal
By pass
Temp. Stability
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Transistors
identify that some electrons in solids…
describe the difference between conduc…
identify absences of electrons in a ne…
compare qualitatively the relative num…
In some solids, the outer electrons are very loosely bound to…
When two atoms are close enough to interact with each other t…
When an electron in a semiconductor moves into the conduction…
Conductors contain high numbers of free electrons in the cond…
identify that some electrons in solids…
In some solids, the outer electrons are very loosely bound to…
describe the difference between conduc…
When two atoms are close enough to interact with each other t…
transistors
Emitter of an NPN transistor
Base of an NPN transistor
Collector of an NPN transistor
Emitter of a PNP transistor
Heavily Doped, N material
Lightly Doped, P material
Moderately doped, N material
Heavily Doped, P Material
Emitter of an NPN transistor
Heavily Doped, N material
Base of an NPN transistor
Lightly Doped, P material
10 terms
Transistors
Bipolar Transistor
MOSFET transistor
Transistor when not conducting is
Transistor when conducting is
Input voltage at far left terminal
Input voltage at far left terminal
off
on
Bipolar Transistor
Input voltage at far left terminal
MOSFET transistor
Input voltage at far left terminal
37 terms
Transistors
Transistors used as
Diodes are made from
Transistors have how many types of mat…
Transistors come in two varieties
Signal amplifiers or switches
P and N type material
Three
PNP and NPN
Transistors used as
Signal amplifiers or switches
Diodes are made from
P and N type material
9 terms
transistors
Non-Mechanical
Silicon
Semiconductor
Transistor
has nothing to do with mechanics
resistant material
A material that when combined with some other material can be…
A type of switch that contains no moving parts and uses elect…
Non-Mechanical
has nothing to do with mechanics
Silicon
resistant material
42 terms
Transistors
Q1. What is the name given to the semi…
Q2. What electronic function made the…
Q3. In which direction does the arrow…
Q4. What was the name of the very firs…
A1. Transistor
A2. Amplification.
A3. Outward.
A4. Point-contact.
Q1. What is the name given to the semi…
A1. Transistor
Q2. What electronic function made the…
A2. Amplification.
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Transistors
Transistors can be used as a
In transistors a small amount of
Transistors are much smaller than mech…
The 3 parts of a transistor are the
electronic switch
current is used to control the flow of a much larger current
integrated into circuits
base, collector and emitter
Transistors can be used as a
electronic switch
In transistors a small amount of
current is used to control the flow of a much larger current
9 terms
Transistors
Transistors can be used as a
In transistors a small amount of
Transistors are much smaller than mech…
The 3 parts of a transistor are the
electronic switch
current is used to control the flow of a much larger current
integrated into circuits
base, collector and emitter
Transistors can be used as a
electronic switch
In transistors a small amount of
current is used to control the flow of a much larger current
6 terms
Transistor
volatile
allegiance
venue
evacuate
likely to change in a very sudden or extreme way
loyalty to a person, country, group, etc.
the place where an event takes place
to remove (someone) from a dangerous place
volatile
likely to change in a very sudden or extreme way
allegiance
loyalty to a person, country, group, etc.
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Transistor
Transistor
Flow
Quantity
Ability
Транзистор
Потік
Кількість
Здібність
Transistor
Транзистор
Flow
Потік
9 terms
Transistor
Ou se trouve le collecteur, l'émetteur…
Quelle est la relation entre le couran…
Quelle est la relation entre la puissa…
Puissance maxi (P = ...)
Ic = β * Ib... β est le gain en courant du transistor
P = U * I
P = Vce * Ic
Ou se trouve le collecteur, l'émetteur…
Quelle est la relation entre le couran…
Ic = β * Ib... β est le gain en courant du transistor
Transistor
Determine
Quantity
Amplify
Bios signal
Визначати
Кількість
Підсилювати
Напруга зміщення
Determine
Визначати
Quantity
Кількість
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The Transistor
What are the three layers of a bipolar…
The two main families of Transistors a…
The base emitter Junction will not con…
Transistors are?
Emitter Base Collector
Bipolar & Field Effect
0.6
Semiconductors
What are the three layers of a bipolar…
Emitter Base Collector
The two main families of Transistors a…
Bipolar & Field Effect
7 terms
Transistor
Biased
Biasing is done only for
Transistor as an amplifier(npn)
Action of transistor (npn)
If external voltage source is connected to the transistor
Emitter Junction and collector junction
Emitter junction - '-'ve(R.B) & collector junction - '+'ve(F.B)
As an amplifier
Biased
If external voltage source is connected to the transistor
Biasing is done only for
Emitter Junction and collector junction
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BJT transistors
collector and emitter
base
positive with respect to the emitter
base, emitter and collector
The n-type regions in an non bipolar junction transistor are?
The n-type in a pop transistor is the?
For normal operation of an npn transistor, the base must be?
The three currents in a BJT are ?
collector and emitter
The n-type regions in an non bipolar junction transistor are?
base
The n-type in a pop transistor is the?
CMOS Transistors
T/F - In a CMOS logic gate, an input s…
T/F - In a CMOS logic gate, an input s…
T/F - In a CMOS logic gate, an n-type…
T/F - In a CMOS logic gate, each input…
False
True
True
True
T/F - In a CMOS logic gate, an input s…
False
T/F - In a CMOS logic gate, an input s…
True
Architecture for Transistors
Sand
Wafer
CMOS
BiPolar
is what silicon comes from?
The "disc like" state of silicon processing.
A type of integrated circuit widely used for processors and m…
Used for high speed circuit design. Amplifies power or current.
Sand
is what silicon comes from?
Wafer
The "disc like" state of silicon processing.
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Chapter 31 - Bipolar Transistors
Transistor is ___
Bipolar transistor also called __
Transistors can be configured as _____
Middle region of transistor is called…
three-layer device used to amplify and switch power and voltage
junction transistor or transistor
NPN or PNP
base
Transistor is ___
three-layer device used to amplify and switch power and voltage
Bipolar transistor also called __
junction transistor or transistor
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Transistors and Logic Gates
Transistor
NPN
logic gates
1948
An electronic component that has three terminals. They can ac…
Negative - Positive - Negative. The type of transistor with n…
Transistors can be combined to make these
The year that the first modern transistor was invented
Transistor
An electronic component that has three terminals. They can ac…
NPN
Negative - Positive - Negative. The type of transistor with n…
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Transistor operation
In a transister
Increasing the bias
Decreasing the base
Saturation
The amount of collector current is dependant on the base bias…
Increases the collector current
Decreases the collector current
Point where an increase in base voltage does not
In a transister
The amount of collector current is dependant on the base bias…
Increasing the bias
Increases the collector current
9 terms
chapter 16 transistors
what is a semiconductor
Describe PMOS transistor
Describe NMOS transistor
what is circuit?
metals that can be manipulated to be either good or bad condu…
when the current is applied, the switch is open... when there is…
when the current is appliced, the switch is closed... when there…
a collection of transistors, controls the flow of the electri…
what is a semiconductor
metals that can be manipulated to be either good or bad condu…
Describe PMOS transistor
when the current is applied, the switch is open... when there is…
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Transistor Theory
Transistor
Transistor Elements
Emitter
Collector
a semiconductor device, usually made of silicon or germanium,…
*Emitter... *Collector... *Base
element that EMITS the majority current carriers into the base.
Transistor element that COLLECTS majority carriers from the b…
Transistor
a semiconductor device, usually made of silicon or germanium,…
Transistor Elements
*Emitter... *Collector... *Base
Diodes and Transistors
What does a diode do?
Describe the resistance of a diode
What materials are most diodes made fr…
What two leads does a diode have?
A diode allows current to flow easily in one direction but no…
It is low in the conducting/ forward direction but very high…
Silicon or germanium
An anode and a cathode
What does a diode do?
A diode allows current to flow easily in one direction but no…
Describe the resistance of a diode
It is low in the conducting/ forward direction but very high…
Transistor Theory
Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT)
Field Effect Transistor (FET)
Transistor Applications (2)
Emitter
current controlled, 2 pn junction device
voltage controlled, higher impedance and higher efficiency th…
electronic switching, amplification
large area, heavy doping, conducts well, forward bias
Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT)
current controlled, 2 pn junction device
Field Effect Transistor (FET)
voltage controlled, higher impedance and higher efficiency th…
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Transistor Theory
Transistor (Q)
Emitter
Collector
Base
A semiconductor device, usually made of silicon (Si) or germa…
Element that EMITS the majority current carriers into the bas…
Transistor element that COLLECTS majority carriers from the b…
Controls the flow of majority current carriers from the emitt…
Transistor (Q)
A semiconductor device, usually made of silicon (Si) or germa…
Emitter
Element that EMITS the majority current carriers into the bas…
Transistor bias
DC biasing
Forward biased
Reverse biased
Transistor is operating
Is the signal that allows the transister to operate
The base to the emitter pn junction ( low resistance )
The base to the collector pn junction ( high resistance )
When EB junction is forward and CB junction is reversed biased.
DC biasing
Is the signal that allows the transister to operate
Forward biased
The base to the emitter pn junction ( low resistance )
Transistores fet
En su parte central está rodeado por u…
Cuando se aplica una tensión inversa a…
El control de la intensidad de drenado…
Tiene similares aplicaciones, las zona…
Puerta
se ensancha la barrera de potencial, por lo que el canal se e…
tensión
tienen el mismo significado y forma de calcularse
En su parte central está rodeado por u…
Puerta
Cuando se aplica una tensión inversa a…
se ensancha la barrera de potencial, por lo que el canal se e…
Transistor Amplifiers
Amplifier Signals
Emitter Resistance Functions
Collector Resistance Functions
Collector Load Resistor
Input is to the emitter-base circuit.... output is from the coll…
Forms a voltage divider with the resistance of the Emitter-Ba…
Forms a V divider w/ the R of the Collector-Base junctions of…
It establishes a degree of amplification that helps to limit…
Amplifier Signals
Input is to the emitter-base circuit.... output is from the coll…
Emitter Resistance Functions
Forms a voltage divider with the resistance of the Emitter-Ba…
Tech X Transistors
Transistors
Base, collector, Emitter
Field effect transistor
Bipolar Junction Transistor
Amplifies current & acts as a switch; allows small current to…
Basic parts of a transistor
Controlled by voltage; no input voltage ... JFET & MOSFET
formed by two P-N junctions whose function is amplification o…
Transistors
Amplifies current & acts as a switch; allows small current to…
Base, collector, Emitter
Basic parts of a transistor
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Transistor Amplifiers
Common-Base Amplifier... What are the amp…
Common-Base Amplifier... Components & Fun…
Emitter Resistor (Re)... Functions
Collector Resistor (Rc)... Functions
1) Input is to the emitter-base circuit.... 2) Output is to the…
1) On a schematic, batteries are replaced with arrowheads tha…
1) Forms a voltage divider with the resistance of the emitter…
1) forms a voltage divider with the resistance of the collect…
Common-Base Amplifier... What are the amp…
1) Input is to the emitter-base circuit.... 2) Output is to the…
Common-Base Amplifier... Components & Fun…
1) On a schematic, batteries are replaced with arrowheads tha…
Transistor bjt
Bdc
IC
IB
VCE =
=IC/IB
=IB x Bdc
VBB-VBE / RB
VCC-(IC x RC)
Bdc
=IC/IB
IC
=IB x Bdc
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Transistor Operation
What component establishes collector b…
What does a saturated transistor act as?
What does a transistor in cutoff act as?
Which PN junction is forward biased in…
Emitter
Short
Open
Base to Emitter
What component establishes collector b…
Emitter
What does a saturated transistor act as?
Short
19 terms
Transistor Theory
Transistor
Emitter
Collector
Base
A semiconductor device made of silicon or germanium that ampi…
Emits the majority current carriers into the base, most heavi…
Collects majority carriers from the base, largest element for…
Controls the flow of majority current carriers from the emitt…
Transistor
A semiconductor device made of silicon or germanium that ampi…
Emitter
Emits the majority current carriers into the base, most heavi…
12 terms
Transistor terms
Vce
Vceo
Vcb
Vbe
V drop from collector to emitter
V drop from collector to emitter with open base
V drop from collector to base
Voltage drop from base to emitter
Vce
V drop from collector to emitter
Vceo
V drop from collector to emitter with open base
MECHENG 201, Transistors
Transistors
FET, Field Effect Transistor 1
BJT, Bipolar Junction Transistor
By KCL, emitter current, iE =
Three-terminal semiconductor devices: a VOLTAGE across one pa…
Most widely used electronic device, particularly in the desig…
Device of choice for difficult environments. Also for high sp…
iC + iB
Transistors
Three-terminal semiconductor devices: a VOLTAGE across one pa…
FET, Field Effect Transistor 1
Most widely used electronic device, particularly in the desig…
11 terms
Transistor Amplifiers
Common base
Q
Emitter resistor (Re)
Quiescent condition of PNP
Input is emitter to base... Output is collector base ... Base is co…
Designator used for a transistor
Forms a voltage divider
With no input signal applied the amplifier is in its static o…
Common base
Input is emitter to base... Output is collector base ... Base is co…
Q
Designator used for a transistor
Formulas transistor
Bcc
Ic
Ib
Ie
Ic/Ib
Bcc.Ib
Ic/Bcc
Ic+Ib
Bcc
Ic/Ib
Ic
Bcc.Ib
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ENb-3 Unit 3 Transistors
oscillator
reverse-biased
depletion
reliability
any device for producing electric oscillations.
having a contrary or opposite direction
the act or process of diminishing the quantity of fluid in th…
The state or quality of being reliable
oscillator
any device for producing electric oscillations.
reverse-biased
having a contrary or opposite direction
Introduction to Electronics: Bipolar Transistors
Define Base
Define Bipolar Transistor
Define Collector
Define Emitter
...
...
...
...
Define Base
...
Define Bipolar Transistor
...
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Electrical Engineering - transistors and MOSFETS
Voltage divider (1)
Voltage divider (2)
Transistor also known as...
Npn type
Vout = R2/(R1+R2) * Vsupply
V1/V2 = R1/R2
Bipolar junction transition
----| collector... Base-|... <----|... Emitter
Voltage divider (1)
Vout = R2/(R1+R2) * Vsupply
Voltage divider (2)
V1/V2 = R1/R2
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EE 310 Transistors
BJT Mode?... EBJ: F... CBJ: R
BJT Mode?... EBJ: F... CBJ: F
BJT Mode?... EBJ: R... CBJ: R
BJT Mode?... EBJ: R... CBJ: F
Active Mode
Saturation
Cutoff
Reverse Active
BJT Mode?... EBJ: F... CBJ: R
Active Mode
BJT Mode?... EBJ: F... CBJ: F
Saturation
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Physics revision transistors
Capacitors
Transistors
If the voltage goes up...
The bottom gate
An electronic bucket... 🔋
An electronic switch... 🔌
...the resistance goes up⬆️
The input voltage to a transistor
Capacitors
An electronic bucket... 🔋
Transistors
An electronic switch... 🔌
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