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I found the right Ge. PNP Transistors--With your help

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by [email protected], Mar 18, 2007.

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    Hi, gangs:
    This is Daniel. Ealier I posted a question on choosing a Ge
    Transistor.
    I really appreciate all your assistance. I think I found what
    I need: GE's 2N136 for osicillation and mixer, IF amplication, and
    GE's 29109
    for Driver and coupled Audio Output. But I have a problem. The GE's
    2N136
    has no mark indicating which leg is what. The three legs are not in a
    triangle shape, but
    on the same line; the middle leg is closer to another leg. Anyone
    knows which leg is e,
    which one is b and which is c? Best wishes to all good men!
    Daniel
     
  2. E and B are close together and E is on the outside. To be sure, check with
    an ohmmeter. E-B junction checks as a diode and so does the C-B junction.
    C to E is high resistance in both directions.
     
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