 Bipolar junction transistor definition and explanation can be found in the Transistors section.

BJT in Emitter-Coupling Configuration VCC = 10V

VBB = 6,7V

VBE = 0,7V

R B = 1kΩ

R C = 1,5kΩ

R E = 5kΩ

α = 0,995

IC = ?

VCE = ?

gm = ?

Bipolar junction transistor Formulas:      BJT in Emitter-Coupling Configuration VCC = 10V

VBB = 5V

VBE = 0,7V

R B = 100kΩ

R C = 1kΩ

β = 200

IC = ?

VCE = ?

gm = ?

Bipolar junction transistor Formulas:    BJT in Collector-Coupling Configuration VCC = 12V

VBE = 0,7V

R B = 100kΩ

R C = 3kΩ

RE = 1kΩ

β = 200

IC = ?

VCE = ?

gm = ?

Bipolar junction transistor Formulas:       VCC = 30V

VBE = 0,7V

R C = 3kΩ

RE = 500Ω

R 1 = 1kΩ

R 2 = 4kΩ

β = 200

IC = ?

VCE = ?

gm = ?

α = ?

Bipolar junction transistor Formulas:      BJT in Emitter-Coupling Configuration with Potentiometric Base-Supply VCC = 10V

VBE = 0,7V

R C = 1kΩ

RE = 1kΩ

R 1 = 10kΩ

R 2 = 5kΩ

β = 200

IC = ?

VCE = ?

gm = ?

Bipolar junction transistor Formulas:    BJT in Emitter-Coupling Configuration with Potentiometric Base-Supply VCC = 10V

VBE = 0,7V

R C = 1kΩ

R B = 200kΩ

RE = 1kΩ

R 1 = 10kΩ

R 2 = 5kΩ

β = 200

IC = ?

VCE = ?

gm = ?

Bipolar junction transistor Formulas:      BJT working with a Direct Base Current Supply VCC = 15V

VBE = 0,7V

R C = 5kΩ

R B = 2,86MΩ

RE = 2,5kΩ

β = 200

IC = ?

VCE = ?

gm = ?

Bipolar junction transistor Formulas:     BJT working with a Direct Base Current Supply VCC = 15V

VBE = 0,7V

R C = 5kΩ

R B = 2,86MΩ

β = 200

IC = ?

VCE = ?

gm = ?

Bipolar junction transistor Formulas:      BJT in Collector-Coupling Configuration VCC = 12V

VBE = 0,7V

RB = 820kΩ

RC1 = 1,6kΩ

RC2 = 200Ω

β = 200

IC = ?

VCE = ?

gm = ?

Bipolar junction transistor Formulas:      BJT in Collector-Coupling Configuration VCC = 12V

VBE = 0,7V

RB = 820kΩ

RC1 = 820Ω

RC2 = 200Ω

RE = 820Ω

β = 200

IC = ?

VCE = ?

gm = ?

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