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Transistor Biasing

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EN0

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Hello All,

I want to study transistors so that I can design various circuits with them. My primary motive is to turn a transistor "on" and go from there. To do this, I need to start biasing transistors and so I am looking for the calculations to do so. Does anyone know of any in-depth references or any suggestions? You could also tell me of how you started to design with transistors.

Thanks!
 
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wizard

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Hello All,

I want to study transistors so that I can design various circuits with them. My primary motive is to turn a transistor "on" and go from there. To do this, I need to start biasing transistors and so I am looking for the calculations to do so. Does anyone know of any in-depth references or any suggestions?
Bipolar junction transistor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

You could also tell me of how you started to design with transistors.

Thanks!
Necessity is the mother of invention!!
 

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