From: Jim Thompson
Subject: Re: Transistors circuits by the thousands
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Entitled: "Re: Transistors circuits by the thousands",
Wrote the following:
|On Wed, 01 Jan 2003 22:35:13 GMT, Jim Thompson
|>Didn't you pose this question before?
|>At what current are you operating the 2N3904? The Beta peak for a
|>2N3904 is around Ic=11mA.
|>If the operating current is less than that, choose a smaller device.
|>BTW, It is bad design practice to be particularly sensitive to actual
|> ...Jim Thompson
|In my design, the 3904 was "preferred", not because of the optimal
|characteristics, but because of the fact that it was already used in
|other area's in the existing circuit.
What was the operating current?
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