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Transistor (bipolar) [How it works]
posted February 4 2014 4:21.51 by spic0m




This 3D animation in English explains the inner workings of a bipolar transistor with base, collector, and emitter. Transistors are semiconductor devices that amplify and switch electronic power and signals.



[Link: Thomas Schwenke]
 
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