Bias Resistor Built-in Transistors (BRTs)

BRTs are bias resistor built-in transistors. BJTs are often used together with resistors in electronic equipment. The mounting area can be reduced by using BRTs, which integrate a transistor and a resistor.

Application example of BJT / Equivalent circuit of BRT

Fig. 3-2(a) Application example of BJT

Fig. 3-2(b) Equivalent circuit of BRT

Why BJT needs resistance in its base circuit
Fig. 3-2(c) Why BJT needs resistance in its base circuit

Chapter III : Transistors

Types of Transistors
Bipolar Transistors (BJTs)
Junction Field-Effect Transistors (JFETs)
Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor Field-Effect Transistors (MOSFETs)
Differences between BJT and MOSFET
Structure and Operation of MOSFET
MOSFET Performance Improvement: Decision Factors of RDS(ON)
MOSFET Performance Improvement: Approach to Low RDS(ON)
MOSFET Performance Improvement: Super-Junction MOSFETs (SJ-MOS)
Summary of MOSFET Features by Structure
Performance of MOSFETs: Drain Current and Power Dissipation
Performance of MOSFETs: Avalanche Capability
Performance of MOSFETs: Characteristic of Capacitance
Performance of MOSFETs: Safe Operating Area(or Area of Safe Operation)
Insulated-Gate Bipolar Transistors (IGBTs)
Operation of Insulated-Gate Bipolar Transistors (IGBTs)
Performance Improvement of IGBTs: Evolution of Vertical Design
What are RC-IGBTs and IEGTs?
Application of IGBTs
Comparison of Forward Characteristics of IGBTs and MOSFETs
Comparison of Transistors by Structure
Datasheets of MOSFET: Maximum Ratings
Datasheets of MOSFET: Electrical Characteristics
Datasheets of MOSFET: Capacitance and Switching Characteristics
Datasheets of MOSFET: Body Diode

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