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close this bookRadio and Electronics (DED Philippinen, 66 p.)
close this folder11. ACTIVE COMPONENTS -2- / TRANSISTORS
close this folder11.2. CHARACTERISTICS OF TRANSISTORS
close this folder11.2.1 HANDLING OF CHARACTERISTICS OF TRANSISTORS
View the document11.2.1.1. CONSTRUCTION OF THE STATIC-MUTUAL-CHARACTERISTICS
View the document11.2.1.2. CONSTRUCTION OF THE DYNAMIC MUTUAL CHARACTERISTICS
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11.2.1.1. CONSTRUCTION OF THE STATIC-MUTUAL-CHARACTERISTICS

Even if you find in a given four-quadrant-characteristics a so called mutual-characteristics this is very often not fitting, because this characteristics is changing when collecter-emitter-voltage is changing. For this reason it is necessary to know how this characteristics can be found for each voltage you want it.


fig. 131a

A) draw a vertical line into the 1. quadrant at the collector-emitter-voltage for which you want the mutual-characteristics.


fig. 131b

B) draw horizontal lines through the points at which this vertical line is crossed over by the lines of the output-characteristics.


fig. 131c

C) Find out the values of the base current represented by the crossed over lines in the output-characteristics and mark the horizontal lines at those values of the base-current in the 2. quadrant.


fig. 131d

D) Connect all the points which you have found to get a new graph - this is the mutual characteristics for the desired collector-emitter-voltage.


fig. 131e