Under What Condition Does the Transistor Act as an Amplifier - Physics

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Under what condition does the transistor act as an amplifier?

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Solution

The transistor acts as an amplifier when the input circuit ( emitter–base) is forward biased with low voltage  VBB and the output circuit ( collector–base) is reverse biased with high voltage VCC .

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