A Bipolar Junction Transistor (also known as a BJT or BJT Transistor) is a three-terminal semiconductor device that may amplify or magnify a signal by using two p-n junctions. It is a gadget that is controlled by current. The base, collector, and emitter are the three terminals of the BJT. A BJT is a kind of transistor in which the charge carriers are both electrons and holes.

When a tiny signal is applied to the transistor's base, it is amplified and accessible at the collector. The BJT provides amplification in this case. The amplification method does, however, need the use of an external DC power supply.

Bipolar Junction Transistor – Fundamentals of Electrical and Electronics

In this “Bipolar Junction Transistor – Fundamentals of Electrical and Electronics” you will learn about the following topics:

  1. Transistor Types:
  2. PNP And NPN Transistors
  3. Principle of Operation and Parameter
  4. Their Relationships.
  5. Transistor Configurations:
  6. Common Base
  7. Common Emitter
  8. Common Collector
  9. Amplification
  10. Input and Output Impedance
  11. Biasing
  12. DC and AC Load Lines
  13. Operating Point
  14. Application of BJT
  15. Resistor Transistor Logic Gates: AND, OR


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