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Topic

Working of Transistor as Amplifier

Abstract Submission Deadline : November 30, 2023

Manuscript Submission Deadline : December 25, 2023

Special Issue Description

By increasing the power of a weak signal, a transistor functions as an amplifier. The emitter-base junction is kept in a forward-biased condition by the DC bias voltage that is applied to it. No matter how the signal is polarized, this forward bias remains. E (Emitter), B (Base), and C are the terminals on a transistor, a three-terminal semiconductor device (Collector). The active region, cut-off region, and saturation region are the three operating regions of the transistor. When working in the cut-off region, transistors are off, and when working in the saturation region, they are on. When a transistor is operating in the active region, it acts as an amplifier. A transistor’s primary job as an amplifier is to boost the input signal while making a few changes. A circuit that amplifies a signal is known as an amplifier circuit. The amplifier’s input is a voltage or current, and its output is an amplifier input signal. Transistor amplifiers are amplifier circuits that use transistors instead of other transistors. You can utilize a transistor as an amplifier by making the weak signal stronger. One can acquire a better understanding of how the transistor circuit functions as an amplifier circuit by using the subsequent transistor amplifier circuit.

Keywords

Bipolar Junction Transistor, Amplifier, Voltage Drop, Resistance, Charge Carriers

Manuscript Submission information

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