Transistor Bias Circuits
Bauer, William Malcolm
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As with tubes, transistors must be put into the proper operating condition by means of DC biasing. The collector junction must be reverse biased with a voltage from a battery or power supply. A load is in this circuit. The emitter junction must be forward biased with current. For amplifier or control action, this current is varied by the signal, with the result that the current in the load circuit is similarly varied.
NPS Report NumberNaval Postgraduate School (U.S.) Research paper ; no. 17.
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