In this article, we are going to learn about Bipolar Junction Transistor Configurations, Common Emitter, Common Base and Common Collector. So far we have covered Introduction of Bipolar Junction Transistor.
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Difference Between Diode and Transistor
Difference between Diode and Transistor is very important to understand because diode and transistor are considered as the heart of the electronic circuit.
In this article, you will be able to learn and understand the Common Emitter Amplifier its Working, characteristics, and their applications.
Before talking about Difference between NPN and PNP Transistor, we must first understand what is NPN transistor and PNP transistor? Basically, NPN and PNP transistors are types of Bipolar Junctions Transistor (BJT), and BJT’s are the electronic component which is widely used for the amplification and switching purposes and in this article, we will learn about the differences between NPN and PNP transistor w.r.t their symbols, construction, operations.
What is Transistor Biasing:
In order to operate a Transistor for faithful amplification, a transistor biasing circuit is used to make the transistor voltages and transistor current to at correct levels so that a transistor must be able to produce faithful amplification.