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what is transistor biasing?why it is necessary?
 Question Submitted By :: Yogesh2010
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  Re: what is transistor biasing?why it is necessary?
Answer
# 1
Transistor biasing is a special arrangemen tof transistor
which is made to operate it in active region of its
characteristics.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    54 Yes 6 No
R. K.
 
  Re: what is transistor biasing?why it is necessary?
Answer
# 2
transistor biasing is three type
1) voltage divider biasing
2)emitter biasing
3)base bias
4)collector bias
in genral we use the voltage divider biasing .
biasing is necessary for transistor work like
emmiter base junction is in forward bias & collector base in
reverse bias so that transistor works in active resion.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    28 Yes 8 No
Raju Kumar
 
 
 
  Re: what is transistor biasing?why it is necessary?
Answer
# 3
to fix the operating point at the middle of active region a
dc voltage is provided,ie it prevent the signal swing below
cut off.
Necesary of Biasing:
1)To fix the operating point at the middle of active region.
2)stabilize the collector current aganist temperature
varrions.
3)operating pont independant of transistor parameters
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    44 Yes 5 No
Soumya S Nair
 
  Re: what is transistor biasing?why it is necessary?
Answer
# 4
Q point of operating power is better.Q point of transistor
operating is very low distortion maximum signels or power
gain.Silicon for minium 0.7v germanium for minium 1v and it
is biasing of transistor.otherwords saturation point and
cutoff point works in the transistor is does not works the
amplifier

transistor biasing is three type
1) voltage divider biasing
2)emitter biasing
3)base bias
4)collector bias
in genral we use the voltage divider biasing .
biasing is necessary for transistor work like
emmiter base junction is in forward bias & collector base
in reverse bias so that transistor works in active region
that is Q point (sufficient working og transistor)
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    13 Yes 0 No
Linilb Abu.ck
 
  Re: what is transistor biasing?why it is necessary?
Answer
# 5
simply it define biasing is a driver(voltage or current)
which is determined the transistor various operating point.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    9 Yes 0 No
Kazi Mostafiz Ahmed
 
  Re: what is transistor biasing?why it is necessary?
Answer
# 6
The proper flow of zero signal collector current and maintainance of proper collector emitter voltage value during application of input signal.This process known as transistor biasing. 
Is This Answer Correct ?    3 Yes 1 No
Mukesh Bramhane
 
  Re: what is transistor biasing?why it is necessary?
Answer
# 7
transistor diasing means.. we give same voltage to biase.. for better performance of transistor we must need of biasing methods.. 
Is This Answer Correct ?    4 Yes 5 No
Milind Sharma
 
  Re: what is transistor biasing?why it is necessary?
Answer
# 8
It is to turn a device ON and to place it in region where it operates linearly and provides a constant amount of voltage gain. 
Is This Answer Correct ?    4 Yes 4 No
Eraste Rurangwa
 
  Re: what is transistor biasing?why it is necessary?
Answer
# 9
biasing is nothing but external energy applied across base
terminal to activate the transistor. it is neccessary
because to work transistor is properly. stabilisation is for
maintaining a q point stable.emitter resistance is for this
purpose.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    4 Yes 2 No
Ramu
 

 
 
 
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