Define current amplification factor in a common emitter mode of transistor?
Asked by Topperlearning User | 23rd Jun, 2014, 02:11: PM
Ratio of small change in collection current to the small change in base current at constant collector emitter junction voltage is called current amplification factor.
Answered by | 23rd Jun, 2014, 04:11: PM
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