The learner will use the ANSI Insert Identification System to identify and select carbide tools.
Students view a dc analysis of an emitter-biased NPN transistor.
Students view drawings of the emitter resistor bypass capacitor.
Students read an introduction to the Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor. They also examine its enhancement mode.
Students read about the common characteristics of the Junction Field Effect Transistor. They also explore the schematic symbols and the basic operation of the JFET.
Students view drawings of the dc analysis of a voltage-divider biased NPN transistor.
Learners view the operation of an NPN transistor in the active region.
Students read about the concepts of saturation and cutoff. They view diagrams that illustrate the interaction of the load line and the family of curves.
Students examine the drain curves for a JFET. They are also introduced to vocabulary terms and formulas.
Students view a dc analysis of a base-biased NPN transistor.
The learner views the operation of a transistor switching from saturation to cutoff. A brief quiz completes the activity.
Students view the design and function of an ac model for a transistor circuit.
Students read about decibel power gain and decibel voltage gain. Examples are given for each.
In this animated and interactive object, learners use a memory device to identify NPN and PNP transistors. Learners also examine how much the transistors turn on when the voltage applied to the base is varied.
In this animated activity, learners view the seven steps that are used to calculate voltage and current values throughout a common-emitter transistor amplifier.
Students read about the four steps to creating an ac model and view examples.
Students view the equations used to determine the ac parameters of the transistor circuit.
Students read the vocabulary associated with frequency response as it relates to an amplifier.
Learners examine how melting, vaporization, and sublimation require energy input while freezing and condensation release energy.
Dr. Miriam Douglass
Dr. Martin McClinton
The ohmic region of the E-MOSFET is identified. Formulas are given to determine the proper operation in the ohmic region. An example of circuit analysis is also given.