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What do you mean by saying "true Rc value"?My problem is finding true value for Rc.
In your diagram we can see R1 = 1kΩ and R2 = 220Ω hence R1 + R2 = 1220ΩWhere did the 1220Ω come from?
What is your definition of an Ic(sat)?value of Ic(sat)
I am trying to learn what I consider to be the starting point for how to bias a transistor in this basic circuit. I think I understand most of the process, but I am confused as to how I select the Ic to calculate the Rc which seems to be the starting point for the rest of the values based on the supply voltage and the transistor specs. From what you say it seems to be a SWAG to be determined as possibly correct later?But you do not give us any circuit requirements you are trying to fulfill.
In theory, yes, but in practice, the transistor will start to distort the output signal much earlier.Isn't the saturation point the upper limit of current for the load line?
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