transistor biasing

transistor biasing

[tran′zis·tər ‚bī·əs·iŋ]
(electronics)
Maintaining a direct-current voltage between the base and some other element of a transistor.
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His topics include analog electronics applications and design, the small-signal analysis of an amplifier under different models, field effect transistor biasing, feedback in amplifiers, and the computer-aided simulation of practical assignment.
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3) When using this method, it is not possible to work with a normal SPICE transistor model or analog inverter model because transistor biasing cannot be realized in the redrawn circuit.