Single Bipolar Transistors

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Vce Saturation (Max) @ Ib, Ic
1V @ 50mA, 500mA1.6V @ 50mA, 500mA
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SC-70-3
MMBT2222AWT1G
TRANS NPN 40V 0.6A SC70-3
onsemi
78,326
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ActiveNPN600 mA40 V1V @ 50mA, 500mA-100 @ 150mA, 10V150 mW300MHz-55°C ~ 150°C (TJ)--Surface MountSC-70, SOT-323SC-70-3 (SOT323)
SC-70-3
MMBT2907AWT1G
TRANS PNP 60V 0.6A SC70-3
onsemi
7
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ActivePNP600 mA60 V1.6V @ 50mA, 500mA-100 @ 150mA, 10V150 mW200MHz-55°C ~ 150°C (TJ)--Surface MountSC-70, SOT-323SC-70-3 (SOT323)
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Single Bipolar Transistors


Discrete Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJTs) are commonly used to construct analog signal amplification functions in audio, radio, and other applications. One of the first semiconductor devices to be mass produced, their characteristics are less favorable than those of other device types for applications involving high frequency switching and operation with high currents or voltages, but they remain a technology of choice for applications requiring analog signal reproduction with minimal added noise and distortion. BJTs come in two varieties - NPN and PNP - which refer to the sequence of semiconductor layers that make up the transistor. NPN transistors consist of a thin P-type semiconductor between two N-type materials, while PNP transistors have an N-type semiconductor between two P-types. This gives the two types opposite polarity operation. NPN transistors sink current, while PNP transistors source current.