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Base Transport Factor using current amplification factor
Base Transport factor=Current Amplification factor/(1-Current Amplification factor) GO
Collector current using Current amplification factor
Collector current=Current Amplification factor*Emitter current GO
Current Amplification factor
Current Amplification factor=Collector current/Emitter current GO
collector current Of A Transistor Using alpha
Collector current=Alpha*Emitter current GO

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Base current Of A Transistor Using Beta
Base Current=Collector current/Beta GO

Base current using Current amplification Factor Formula

Base Current=Emitter current*(1-Current Amplification factor)
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How is base current calculated?

There are several ways to find the base current, Ib, of a transistor. And it all depends on what information is already known about the transistor: If the emitter current, Ie, and α are known, then Ib can be computed by the following formula: Base current Ib = ( 1 - current amplification factor, α) * emitter current of a transistor.

How to Calculate Base current using Current amplification Factor?

Base current using Current amplification Factor calculator uses Base Current=Emitter current*(1-Current Amplification factor) to calculate the Base Current, Base current using Current amplification Factor is a crucial current of bipolar junction transistor. Without the base current, the transistor cannot turn on. Base Current and is denoted by IB symbol.

How to calculate Base current using Current amplification Factor using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Base current using Current amplification Factor, enter Emitter current (Ie) and Current Amplification factor (α) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Base current using Current amplification Factor calculation can be explained with given input values -> -1225 = 25*(1-50).

FAQ

What is Base current using Current amplification Factor?
Base current using Current amplification Factor is a crucial current of bipolar junction transistor. Without the base current, the transistor cannot turn on and is represented as IB=Ie*(1-α) or Base Current=Emitter current*(1-Current Amplification factor). Emitter current is the amplified output current of a bipolar junction transistor and Current Amplification Factor in a BJT transistor is defined as the ratio of output current to its input current. .
How to calculate Base current using Current amplification Factor?
Base current using Current amplification Factor is a crucial current of bipolar junction transistor. Without the base current, the transistor cannot turn on is calculated using Base Current=Emitter current*(1-Current Amplification factor). To calculate Base current using Current amplification Factor, you need Emitter current (Ie) and Current Amplification factor (α). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Emitter current and Current Amplification factor and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Base Current?
In this formula, Base Current uses Emitter current and Current Amplification factor. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Base Current=Collector current/Beta
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