Transistor configurations, Electrical Engineering


Transistor circuits may be categorized into three configurations based on which terminal is common to both of the input and output of circuit.

These configurations are: 

A) The common-emitter configuration;

B) The common-base configuration; and

C) The common-collector configuration.

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