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what do we mean when we say that a transistor is cut off and also when we say that it is saturated
Asked by aditya | 22 Feb, 2013, 07:18: AM
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While your Emitter-Base Junction is Forward Bias and Collector-Base Junction is also in Forward Bias Then your Transistor works in Saturation Mode.

While your Emitter-Base Junction is Reverse Bias and Collector-Base Junction is also in Reverse Bias Then your Transistor works in Cut-off Mode.
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