BJT Specifications

Heat Sink in Transistor

Heat Sink in Transistor: When power is dissipated in a transistor, the heat generated must flow from the collector-base junction to the case, and then to the surrounding atmosphere. When only a very small amount of power is involved, as in a small-signal transistor, the surface area of the transistor case is normally large enough …

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Transistor Circuit Noise

Transistor Circuit Noise: Unwanted signals at the output of an electronics system are termed noise. The noise amplitude may be large enough to severely distort, or completely swamp, the wanted signals. Consequently, the noise level dictates the minimum signal amplitude that can be handled. Noise originates as atmospheric noise from outside the system and as …

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Transistor Switching Times

Transistor Switching Times: For Transistor Switching Times, the switching speed of the device can be an important quantity. Consider the circuit in Fig. 8-18(a). When the base input current is applied, the transistor does not switch on immediately. Like frequency response, the Transistor Switching Times is affected by junction capacitance and the transit time of …

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Transistor Datasheet

Transistor Datasheet: To select a transistor for a particular application, the Transistor Datasheet provided by device manufacturers must be consulted. Most data sheets start off with the device type number at the top of the page, a descriptive title, and a list of major applications for the device. This information is usually followed by mechanical …

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