The a-c current gain of a transistor is 150. What will be the change in the collector-current for a change of in its base-current? What will be the change in the emitter-current?
15 mA, 15.1 mA
By definition, the alternating-current gain is given by
= 15 mA.
The emitter-current is
= 0.1 mA + 15 mA
= 15.1 mA.
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