The BJT Handbook is an extensive guide encompassing the Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT) technology, offering a comprehensive exploration of its principles, applications, and functionality. This meticulously crafted handbook delves into BJT’s intricate design, operation, and varied configurations, catering to both novice enthusiasts and seasoned professionals in the field of electronics. It elaborates on BJT’s role in amplification, switching circuits, and other electronic applications, coupled with practical insights, diagrams, and real-world examples. The handbook serves as a go-to resource, covering topics such as BJT types, characteristics, biasing, analysis, and troubleshooting techniques, providing a holistic understanding and practical reference for engineers, students, and anyone involved in semiconductor device technology.

Fetching download. Please wait 30 seconds…

What you will read inside this Handbook:

  1. Introduction to BJT
  2. The transistor as a switch
  3. Meter check of a transistor
  4. Active mode operation
  5. The common-emitter amplifier
  6. The common-collector amplifier
  7. The common-base amplifier
  8. The cascode amplifier
  9. Biasing techniques
  10. Biasing calculations
    • Base Bias
    • Collector-feedback bias
    • Emitter-bias
    • Voltage divider bias
  11. Input and output coupling
  12. Feedback
  13. Amplifier impedances
  14. Current mirrors
  15. Transistor ratings and packages
  16. BJT quirks
    • Nonlinearity
    • Temperature drift
    • Thermal runaway
    • Junction capacitance
    • Noise
    • Thermal mismatch (problem with paralleling transistors)
    • High frequency effects

Leave a Reply