The thing to remember is a PN junction will conduct until it destructs without an external limiting resistor. You can measure an equivalent resistance, but it changes according to the current it is fed, it isn't a fixed value. This is why we're talking about the PN junction and resistance not being the same.I want to ask the reason that
why emitter-base resistance of NPN TRANSISTOR is greater than collector-base reistance??/while in the case of PNP TRANSISTOR,emitter-base resistance is less than collector-base resistance????
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