Notations that are used in transistor circuits -h parameters, Electrical Engineering

Notations that are used in transistor circuits:-

            hie = h11e = Short circuit input impedance

            h0e = h22e = Open circuit output admittance

            hre  = h12e = Open circuit reverse voltage transfer ratio

            hfe = h21e = Short circuit forward current Gain.

 

 

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