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A transistor is a semiconductor device used to amplify or switch electronic signals and electrical power. It is a key element of the design of modern electronic devices and pervasive in electronic systems around us. Deployed the first practical device of this type was the barbed wire transistor invented in 1947. American physicists John Bardeena, Walter Brattaina and William Shockleya. The transistor revolutionized electronics and paved the way for smaller and cheaper radios, calculators and computers, as well as to create many other devices. Transistors-is currently a required element in every project email.

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  • Transistors bipolar Transistors bipolar

    Transistor bipolar (BYUT) is a type of transistor that uses both electrons and holes as charge carriers . Unipolarne transistors such as field effect transistors (FET), use only one type of carrier for current transport in the structure. Elements BYUT uses two terminals of...

  • Unipolarne transistors (MOSFET) Unipolarne transistors (MOSFET)

    Unipolarne transistors (MOSFET) Transistors unipolarne are available in different variations, each very different from the rest. In our store we offer You a wide selection of these accessories, electronic. Mosfet, i.e. Metal-Oxide Semiconductor Field-Effect Transistor , is...


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The transistor is a generic element e

The transistor is a key element in almost all modern electronic devices. The transistor is considered to be one of the greatest inventions of the twentieth century. Its value in modern society was based on mass produced using a highly automated process that achieves astonishingly low cost. Despite the fact that currently the vast majority of transistors now produced in chips, it's still on the market there are many different types of discrete transistors.

The principle of operation of transistors

A transistor is a semiconductor device, which typically consists of at least three leads for connection to external circuit. The voltage or current applied to one pair of terminals of the transistor controls the current through the other pair of clamps. Because the controlled (output) power can be higher than the control voltage (input), the transistor can amplify the signal. Most transistors are made of very pure silicon or germanium, but can also use other semiconductor materials.

Transistors - types – how do they differ?

Transistor bipolar (BYUT) may contain only one type of charge carriers, in tranzystorze field (FET) can coexist simultaneously two types of charge carriers. These elements are design, and, consequently, a principle of action. Bipolar transistors are so named because they act as a via media the majority and the minority. Transistor such as the junction of the two diodes. The transistor was created from a thin layer of one type of semiconductor is placed between two layers of the second type (PNP or NPN). In turn, transistor means, sometimes referred to as brake unipolarnym uses electrons or holes in the conduction.