Base collector voltage problem

In summary, the phenomenon of a transistor in active mode assumes that the collector current is independent of the base collector reverse bias, but slightly dependent on the base collector voltage. De-Morgan's Law is important in digital studies because it simplifies logic and reduces the number of circuit elements needed for a desired effect.
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Please justify this phenomenon:

In an active mode for a transistor, ideally it is assumed that collector current is independent of the base collector reverse bias, whereas, the collector is slightly dependent on the base collector voltage.

Thanks

~Eternallove
 
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eternallove29 said:
the collector is slightly dependent on the base collector voltage.
The collector what?

- Warren
 
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Transistor

Sorry...read it again !

Please justify this phenomenon:

In an active mode for a transistor, ideally it is assumed that collector current is independent of the base collector reverse bias, whereas, the collector current is slightly dependent on the base collector voltage.

Thanks

~Eternallove
 
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Btw what's the importance of De-Morgan's Law in digital studies?

Is it because it simplifies the logic ?
or there's some other reason behind it.

Please reply to both of my queries.

Thanks again

~Eternallove
 
  • #5
eternallove29 said:
Sorry...read it again !

Please justify this phenomenon:

In an active mode for a transistor, ideally it is assumed that collector current is independent of the base collector reverse bias, whereas, the collector current is slightly dependent on the base collector voltage.

Thanks

~Eternallove

Look at the current vs voltage characteristics of a diode

http://www.americanmicrosemi.com/tutorials/diode.htm
 
  • #6
eternallove29 said:
Btw what's the importance of De-Morgan's Law in digital studies?

Is it because it simplifies the logic ?
or there's some other reason behind it.

Please reply to both of my queries.

Thanks again

~Eternallove

It's just because it simplifies the logic, which might lead to fewer circuit elements to achieve the desired effect.
 
  • #7
ok thanks a lot !
 

1. What is a base collector voltage problem?

A base collector voltage problem refers to an issue in a transistor circuit where the voltage between the base and collector terminals is not functioning properly. This can result in a malfunctioning transistor or an inability for the transistor to properly amplify or switch signals.

2. What are some common causes of base collector voltage problems?

Some common causes of base collector voltage problems can include incorrect wiring, faulty components, overheating, or incorrect biasing. It can also be caused by variations in temperature or voltage fluctuations in the circuit.

3. How can I troubleshoot base collector voltage problems?

The first step in troubleshooting base collector voltage problems is to check the wiring and connections to ensure they are correct and secure. Next, check all components for any signs of damage or malfunction. If everything appears to be in order, try adjusting the biasing of the transistor or using a different power supply to see if that resolves the issue.

4. What are the consequences of a base collector voltage problem?

A base collector voltage problem can result in a malfunctioning transistor, leading to errors or failures in the overall circuit. It can also cause unpredictable behavior in the circuit, leading to incorrect results or damage to other components.

5. How can base collector voltage problems be prevented?

To prevent base collector voltage problems, it is important to carefully follow circuit diagrams and ensure correct wiring and connections. Regularly checking and maintaining components can also help prevent issues. Implementing proper biasing techniques and using appropriate power supplies can also help prevent base collector voltage problems.

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