By Rudolf Graf, William Sheets
An intensive library of 1,000 circuits from the bestselling, six-volume Encyclopedia of digital Circuits. compliment for prior volumes: "Looking for a great digital circuit cookbook? this can be it."--Modern occasions. "A treasurehouse...an necessary reference device for each hobbyist, technician, pupil, and layout professional,"--Electronics For You. "...a prepared resource to which to show for almost any kind of circuit you could imagine...--Modern Electronics. New within the bestselling sequence! a thousand extra modern circuit designs! Designed for fast reference and on-the-job use, the Encyclopedia of digital Circuits, quantity 7, places over a thousand state of the art digital and built-in circuit designs at your fingertips. geared up alphabetically by way of circuit kind, this all-new assortment comprises the newest designs from giants akin to complicated Micro units, Motorola, Teledyne, basic electrical, and others. for every circuit, you can find a short clarification of its operation and different information about changes or alignment. a useful reference instrument, this booklet additionally encompasses a cumulative index that covers the entire circuits the following and in all the prior 6 volumes.
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E. the 22 H2 variable resistor, the fixed 10 kn resistor and the 6 V bulb has been represented by a single resistor. With the variable resistor set to a minimum this is roughly 10 kn. Remember that when the variable resistor was set to its minimum, the bulb lit with full brightness. To find out what happens when the base resistance is reduced even more, build the circuit shown in Fig. 24a. 2. 7 and 10 kn resistors. Notice that the brightness of the bulb is the same in each case, which means the collector current must be the same for each.
Without the capacitor, however, direct current as well as alternating current would flow through the bulb and the purpose of the capacitor is therefore to prevent direct current from the battery flowing through the bulb when no signal is being fed into the amplifier. A capacitor used in this way is called a de co up ling capacitor. TRANSISTOR AMPLIFIER 33 4. In an amplifier, the ratio of output voltage change to input voltage change is called the voltage gain or simply the gain of the amplifier.
2 volts. 2 volts for each resistor and that the transistor must, therefore, always be in saturation. 3. Although saturated transistors cannot be used as amplifiers, they do have another useful property in that they can be used as switches. f. e. being switched on. On the other hand, when no base current is flowing, no collector current can flow either and the bulb is therefore switched off. The transistor therefore acts as a switch for the bulb TRANSISTOR SWITCH 43 such that the switch is off when no base current flows and is on when enough base current flows to saturate the transistor.