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Rajeshkumar Group Title

what is mean by saturation point in transistors

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    Normally a small change in voltage will create a large current change through the transistor. When a transistor becomes saturated, and there is an increase in the voltage, there is a very small increase in the current though it.

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    potential diff between collector and emitter becomes approx zero

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    collector current reaches its max value

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