Electronics : Bipolar Junction Transistor
What you'll learn
- Understand the fundamentals of the Bipolar Junction Transistor
- Analysis of different regions of operation of a BJT
- Discussion on Transistor Invertor
- Application of a Transistor as a Switch
- Thorough discussion of different ways of transistor biasing
- Analysis of Transistor action with signal application
- Basic knowledge of science,High school mathematics
- Fundamental ideas of current, voltage and electrical circuits
- Basic idea regarding an Amplifier. My course "Electronics : Amplifier - Let's clear the basics" will greatly help
Learn the fundamentals of a BJT. This course will greatly help the students (especially students of first and second year of engineering) to understand transistors. Finally, the course is so designed that if anyone goes from lecture 1 to last lecture the entire subject can be thoroughly understood easily. So let's have a highlight of the entire course quickly-
Understand the fundamentals of the Bipolar Junction Transistor. Know its structure and learn about Transistor action.
Analysis of different regions of operation of a Bipolar Junction Transistor, that is Active region, cut-off region, Saturation region and Inverse mode region.
Discussion on Transistor Invertor and derive current voltage relation.
Application of a Transistor as a Switch. Learn about the conditions that are needed to be fulfilled to operate a transistor as a Switch.
Thorough discussion of different ways of transistor biasing that is Biasing by fixing the Base voltage, Biasing by fixing the Base current, Biasing by applying dual supplies and Biasing by applying single supply.
Discussion on stable way of Biasing of a Transistor. Learn why a stable way of Biasing is required.
Analysis of Transistor action with signal application.
Discussion on Distortion of a Transistor and derivation of its numerical value.
Who this course is for:
- The course is for those who love electronics and love to explore the world of electronics
Hi, I am Sumanta Kumar Pal,Bachelor of Technology in Electronics and communication engineering.I have some teaching experience while I was in college and then I joined the Control and Instrumentation department of a Power Plant in India and I have an experience of more than 10 years in this field.I have much interest in analog circuit designing and my courses on
1) Zener Diode and LEDs
will be extremely interesting for students with basic and intermediate knowledge of science.I love learning and I love teaching too.