Akshada Kulkarni
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Common collector current gain Formula

Common collector current gain=Base Transport factor+1
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How the common collector current gain is obtained?

The common-emitter amplifier configuration has a current gain equal to the β of the transistor, the input current went through the base and the output (load) current went through the collector, and β by definition is the ratio between the collector and base currents. In the common-collector configuration, though, the load is situated in series with the emitter, and thus its current is equal to the emitter current. With the emitter carrying collector current and base current, the load in this type of amplifier has all the current of the collector running through it plus the input current of the base. This yields a current gain of β plus 1.

How to Calculate Common collector current gain?

Common collector current gain calculator uses Common collector current gain=Base Transport factor+1 to calculate the Common collector current gain, Common collector current gain is defined as the ratio of the emitter current to the base current. Common collector current gain and is denoted by Ai symbol.

How to calculate Common collector current gain using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Common collector current gain, enter Base Transport factor (β) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Common collector current gain calculation can be explained with given input values -> 51 = 50+1.

FAQ

What is Common collector current gain?
Common collector current gain is defined as the ratio of the emitter current to the base current and is represented as Ai=β+1 or Common collector current gain=Base Transport factor+1. Base Transport factor is defined as the factor of base current required to transfer emitter current to collector of the BJT transistor.
How to calculate Common collector current gain?
Common collector current gain is defined as the ratio of the emitter current to the base current is calculated using Common collector current gain=Base Transport factor+1. To calculate Common collector current gain, you need Base Transport factor (β). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Base Transport factor and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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