Originally posted by amirmg@Jan 29 2005, 06:26 PM
Can you tell me how do you test if a BJT is working in active,saturation or cut off region,of course I wanna know teory and also in practice.
With your circuit "live" measure the DC voltage from base to emitter. If the BJT is biased properly and fully functional you should measure between 0.6vdc to 0.7vdc.Originally posted by amirmg@Jan 30 2005, 05:08 PM
Thank you so much for for reply but will you tell me more how can I test a BJT in a problem,I know if a transistor's emiter forward bias and collector reverse is working in active region but I'm curious to know if there's other ways to test.
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