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    Voltage divider bias

    I never wanted to be rude sir . That guy spoke unnecessary words stating that i would get fail grades and all. What bothers him whether i would fail or pass. I did not get angry because he cursed me that i would get fail grades . I got angry because he still did not tell the answer and he...
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    Voltage divider bias

    Ok let it be that i am a dumb. But i am sure that you dont know anything about electronics . You have till now blabbered some rubbish not answering to the point and simply finding fault in me. Actually the truth is you dont know the answer and you cleverly managed to escape by critisizing me ...
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    Voltage divider bias

    Ok i will follow conventional theory itself with water analogies. Could you please give me a water analogy for minority carriers, leakage current . If you give me this answer i'll surely follow conventional theory. I am not against conventional theory.In fact if i cant find a proper answer in...
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    Voltage divider bias

    I know how a voltage divider works without a transistor. But with a transistor i cant understand it. First of all you all cant understand my doubts.Since you cant understand it you tell that i dont know the basics. I know all the basics. Without knowing the basics i cant come all this way...
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    Voltage divider bias

    If you feel this difficult to explain,then atleast can any one suggest a very good referrence book or webiste which explains my doubt very well.
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    Voltage divider bias

    Please explain the concept of voltage divider . I cant understand how a resistance can provide bias. i.e how can it supply a positive voltage.
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    Voltage divider bias

    Ok according to you let electrons leave the base . I accept it . Now show it how can it flow . By referring my doubt in the post no:8
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    Voltage divider bias

    BOB S How are you? Long time no see. I'll start from transistor basics, Firstly there are holes in base and electrons in emitter.When the base emitter junction is forward biased, the holes from base diffuse into the emitter (i.e electrons in the valence band of the emitter fill the holes in...
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    Voltage divider bias

    Actually conventional flow is not reality, only electron flow is reality. I have clearly stated in the beginning the need for considering electrons.They are the one who sit in the holes of base and block the Vcc electrons from crossing the base and going into the collector. If you consider...
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    Voltage divider bias

    I am speaking only in terms of electron movement and not conventional current. The first thing should happen in any transistor is that , we have to draw electrons from the base . Then only collector electron current begins to flow from Vcc (-) to Vcc +. This does not happen. If you feel this...
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    Voltage divider bias

    In Voltage divider bias , we are not drawing any electrons from the base. Then how can the electron current pass through the base and go to the collector and reach the positive terminal. Only if You draw electrons from the base by maintaining the base at positive potential, then only the...
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    Faithful and unfaithful amplification

    OK you are saying that when the electrons flow from emitter to the collector, eventhough it flows easily (i.e attracted by collector) yet it suffers a voltage drop. That voltage drop only is Vce.OK done .But how is that its values are always are quite high like 10V. The electrons actually are...
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    Faithful and unfaithful amplification

    Thats what my doubt is.You have said there is a hidden resistance which dissipates power from the electrons.What is that hidden resistance .Please explain in the same way in terms of electron movement. I think now you would have understood my doubt. The electrons flow from emitter to base and...
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    Faithful and unfaithful amplification

    I think you are telling that there is a resistor inside the transistor . I can understand how the base current varies the collector current. But with that concept how can there be a resistor inside the transistor. The base current controls the collector current. I have already explained that...
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    Faithful and unfaithful amplification

    I AM not referring to the toy diagram i am referring to this one What you are saying is that the 20V gets dropped to 10v in a resistor above the collector and the current entering the collector has 10V so the remaining voltage will appear across the transistor.But who will drop the remaning...
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