|Aug3-04, 04:46 PM||#1|
trying to figure out the meaning of lattice struction in semiconductor...
and, why a small current in the base circuit of a transistor can control a large current in collector part when "bipolar junction transmission" happened???
Thanks for any help!
|Aug3-04, 04:53 PM||#2|
I'm not sure what you mean by "lattice struction," but here's a description of the operation of a bipolar junction transistor:
|Aug3-04, 06:49 PM||#3|
The small current stops negative charge from sitting still on the base ( p part of npn
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