They look like normal LT Spice transistors to me. What do mean by "weird forms"?the bjt's are in weird forms .
Only out2 is enabled.When "in" is connected to GND, both out1 and out2 are enabled.
Google and I have never heard about it.In my previos reply i showed work and simulation and I asked about the floating point protection mechanism
To assure that Q1 turns off if the IN input signal is an open circuit (floating).
Yef, you wrongly asked, " Why Q1 has a resistor connected between base and collector" but it is not connected to the collector, instead it connects between base and emitter to make sure that the transistor is turned off when the base is floating.Hello Audioguru,i am trying to undestand what Analog kid suggested.
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