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 How to Test an Amplifier Transistor?

Answer A transistor uses electric current to amplify and change the path of a signal. You commonly find these pieces on the circuit boards of radios, computers and amplifiers among other electronic compon... Read More »
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Any one ,can explain to me ..how the transistor work as amplifier and as switch what happen >?

OK - consider the transistor as a simple valve on a water pipe. A small amount of force on the valve handle can control a large amount of force in the water inside the valve. The small amount of si... Read More »
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How to Test a Transistor?

A transistor is a semiconductor that allows current to flow through it under certain conditions, and cuts current off when other conditions are present. Transistors are commonly used as either a sw... Read More »
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Why transistor is called transistor of resistor?

We can say a transistor contains diodes. But generally we cant say it contains resisters. Because they are too different in their structure. So as i heard it would newer called like that.
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I have LM324 operation amplifier. I want to test it does it work?

http://focus.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/lm324…That is the data sheet - you will need to power the IC and then insert a signal into each of the four op-amps and make sure you are getting a signal out o... Read More »
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