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Working of BJT & FET Transistors ?

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by nave, Oct 8, 2004.

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  1. nave

    nave Guest

    is there any good website for learning fundamentals of trasistors,
    mainly: dc biasing techniques, reading data sheets and choosing right
    one for a given circuit etc.
    where can i find transistor circuits for Electronics Workbench, is it
    a good idea to learn basics by simulating the circuits, are these
    simulations accurate, i mean, does simulated models for components
    really behave similar as in real circuits ?
     
  2. Dave

    Dave Guest

    http://www.101science.com/transistor.htm

    It's not everything, but it's a start. About the best I have found so far,
    working on the same things you are. Check out *all* the links. Some of
    them are quite involved.

    Dave
     
  3. Great web page about transistors.

    Copy from everywhere you find circuits.
    Build up a library of standard circuits in EWB, add your own circuits to
    the examples collection which comes with the program.

    Yes, spice simulations are very accurate.
    The only problem is how to enter a circuit correctly.

    Using simulation like in EWB is a good way to learn about electronics.
    You can burn components all day without really destroying anything :)
     
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