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diaryrashid

hello everyone...
please help me..
i want answers for my question for my raport...

1-explain the basic construction of transistor.
2-list different types operation of transistor.
3-define active,cut-off and saturation regions on transistor.

plz help me early

thanx

retrolefty

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plz help me early


So when is this homework due?

Google should be your friend. I would think there is no shortage of such information on the web?

Lefty

diaryrashid

i searched for it too much but i didnt find anything...

retrolefty


i searched for it too much but i didnt find anything...


Well start here, and the article has a zillion links to go from there.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transistor

Lefty

Nick Gammon


i searched for it too much but i didnt find anything...


Really? Your Google must be broken. Better get it fixed. I got about 64 million results.

http://www.lmgtfy.com/?q=transistor
http://www.gammon.com.au/electronics

diaryrashid

haha Mr. gammon i mean that i didnt get the answers...tell me one answer of 64 million results

i dont understand of (list different types operation of transistor)...

retrolefty


haha Mr. gammon i mean that i didnt get the answers...tell me one answer of 64 million results

i dont understand of (list different types operation of transistor)...


You mean like switching operation and amplification operation?

Lefty

diaryrashid


fungus

No, I don't answer questions sent in private messages (but I do accept thank-you notes...)

Nick Gammon

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2-list different types operation of transistor.


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just switching operation...


That's one operation. The assignment asks for "different types". One operation is not different from itself.
http://www.gammon.com.au/electronics

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