In this thread you will find the answerHi please see pic of page 67 enclosed, I don't understand why the npn clips when input voltage is less than -5v. Please illuminate, thank you!
You're right, but I think in the example the important thing we both missed was that the point marked with the ground symbol was at 0V. That's our bad, but explicit labelling of that point as 0V might have prevented the miscommunication.I don't. 0 V and GND are not interchangeable symbols or concepts.
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