Hello. I am having a hard time to understanding the Ic value through NPN transistor.
If Beta of NPN transistor is 100, Does Ic determined to 100*Ib regardless from Rc (Resistor from collector) or Rc does affect Ic?
I uploaded a part of graph from my textbook.
At the graph of right below. What I concluded is ' Only if Rc is 0, than the intersection of load line and Characteristic graph of Collectoremitter is become Quotient point'
Let's say I change the value of Rc to something higher than Rc (which is +Rc). Than the intersection point moves from Q to B. which is clearly not a 100*Ib ( Beta * Ib ).
what my textbook says is after you calculate Ic from [beta*Ib]. that is the Ic regardless Rc. if so, if Rc value limit the current below the Ic. what will happen?
thank you for reading my question.
If Beta of NPN transistor is 100, Does Ic determined to 100*Ib regardless from Rc (Resistor from collector) or Rc does affect Ic?
I uploaded a part of graph from my textbook.
At the graph of right below. What I concluded is ' Only if Rc is 0, than the intersection of load line and Characteristic graph of Collectoremitter is become Quotient point'
Let's say I change the value of Rc to something higher than Rc (which is +Rc). Than the intersection point moves from Q to B. which is clearly not a 100*Ib ( Beta * Ib ).
what my textbook says is after you calculate Ic from [beta*Ib]. that is the Ic regardless Rc. if so, if Rc value limit the current below the Ic. what will happen?
thank you for reading my question.
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